We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person who loves working with young children to join our hard working team as a Pre-School Assistant.
We provide a fun, caring and safe environment in which children aged 3-5 years can thrive. We were rated Outstanding by Ofsted in November 2013 and in our previous 3 inspections.
Applicants should have a full and relevant Level 3 childcare qualification. We are willing to train the right candidate following the probation period.
We are looking for someone to work 15 hours a week.
Hours are as follows:
Tuesday: 8.45am – 2.45pm.
Wednesday: 8.45am -1.45pm.
Friday: 8.45am – 12.45pm.
Total: 15 hours.
If you are interested in applying for the position please send a completed Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6th February 2018.
Caversham Heights Pre-School is open to all children, families and adults committed to the welfare of children. The group works in accordance with all relevant legislation. It is our intent to treat all children, families and staff involved with Pre-School, fairly and without prejudice.
Our Christmas Fair will be held on Saturday 2nd December, from 11am – 1pm. There will be crafting, stalls, refreshments, kids activities, a raffle and, of course, Santa!
We look forward to welcoming you on the 2nd.
Many thanks to everyone who donated food for the Methodist Church Harvest Festival. We are sure it will be very gratefully received by ReadiFood. The wonderful harvest display the children have made is definitely brightening up the church!
We currently have vacancies for 2.5 year olds to start in Sep 2017. Please find our registration form here or contact Bhamini for further info.
Our session hours are
TUESDAY 0915 – 1415
WEDNESDAY 0915 – 1315
THURSDAY 0915 – 1215
FRIDAY 0915 – 1215
Nearly thirty children from Caversham Heights Preschool enjoyed an adventurous morning coming face to face with bearded dragons, corn snakes, box turtles, monitor lizards and boa constrictors.
Preschool Supervisor Kath Yarwood said: “All the children were so excited to meet, stroke and hold the reptiles. It was a fantastic educational experience for them, which I’m sure they’ll remember for a long time.”
Chair of the Preschool Committe Katy Robinson added: “We had a very successful fundraising perion over Christmas which has allowed us to offer some really special activities for the children this term.”
Four-year-old pre-schooler James said: “My favourite was the little snake. I saw him licking with his tongue. The boa snake was very heavy and the lizard was spiky.”
The visit from Berkshire Reptile Encounters was led by keeper Graham Martin who founded the educational business to raise funds for Berkshire Reptile Rescue who have rehabilitated and rehomed hundreds of unwanted reptiles over the past 20 years.
Preschool is fundraising for Jeans for Genes on Friday the 23rd September. If your child would like to take part, please send them in in jeans/denim. There will be a collection box for the charity by the register. Suggested donation – one pound.