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Kids in Charge

Sector: Childcare, Children and Young Peoples Workforce, Education

Qualification: Early years educator (Level 3)

Location: Ilford

Employer Description

Kids in Charge are an established childcare provider offering Breakfast, after school and holiday clubs to families with young children. They have been running for over 13 years receiving an overall ofsted rating of “outstanding”. Kids In Charge offer a high quality, reliable childcare service to families within fun, stimulating, safe environments. They encourage children to become independent learners confident and assured. That’s why they are called "Kids In Charge making a choice for a better future", They want to help children to be thinking people now and in the future.

Kids in Charge are looking for an apprentice play worker to act as a key person to safeguard and develop the learning experiences of children and communicate this with parents. The successful candidate will also plan, prepare and implement play programmes that help further learning and social skills in line with Ofsted requirements.

Vacancy Description

Planning and Organizing Activities

Liaising with parents regarding their child’s progression

Establishing relationships with both children and parents

Ensuring the health and safety of all children

Attending staff meetings

Ensuring positive management of children’s behavior

Ensuring a warm and caring environment for all children


Early years Educator Level 3

English and Maths Functional Skills (If Required)

Course Duration

15 Months

Desired Skills

Passionate working with children


Good communication skills



Personal Qualities






Working Week

5 Days a week (Monday to Friday) Breakfast club 7am – 9am, After school club 2:30pm – 6:30pm

30 hours


£528 per month

£ 6,336 per annum

Future Prospects

Potential promotion and offer of permanent position once the course has ended


Candidate should ideally leave locally DBS Checks are required for this role and will be processed by the company

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