As a sessional (flexible) play worker you will help children with learning disabilities to enhance their life opportunities by providing play activities that are child led and include storytelling, dance, drama, music, cooking, arts and crafts, sports, group games.
Kids Can Achieve is a charity with over 15 years of experience supporting children with learning disabilities in Harrow.
As a sessional play worker you will help children with learning disabilities to enhance their life opportunities by providing play activities that are child led and include storytelling, dance, drama, music, cooking, arts and crafts, sports, group games.
We are interested in people who share our passion for offering opportunities to children and young people with disabilities. Our children and young people have a range of learning and physical disabilities.
We are looking for Sessional Play Workers who:
We offer continuing opportunities for learning and development together with regular supervision and support.
KCA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Background checks and an enhanced DBS will be required. You need to be 18 and over to apply.
In order to apply, please complete an Application Form and return via email to email@example.com
Applications must be submitted by 5:00pm on Friday 30 October 2020. Ref 341
Please note that due to COVID-19 start dates may be delayed. We are currently following advice and guidance provided by the government.
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