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9th January 2018


8th January 2018

Well Done!

12th December 2017


8th August 2017

Job Vacancy

We have an exciting opportunity for a new member of staff to join our team!  Please see details below and also see our advertisement at


You can also download the application pack here:



Teaching Assistant / Early Years Educator / Nursery Nurse 

Salary: £18,657.00

Job Status: Permanent

Hours: 36 hours per week - all year round (50 weeks per year)


Spencer Nursery School is an outstanding provision, we are looking for an Early Years Educator to start in September. This is a great opportunity to begin or further your career within a friendly and supportive staff team. We welcome applications from applicants with NVQ3 in Early Years Childcare and Education. 



We are looking for someone who: - 

  • Is keen to work as part of a small team and share ideas and good practice
  • Has experience in education and childcare for 3 and 4 year olds
  • Has a passion for raising the achievement of all children
  • Has high expectations of pupil achievement and behaviour
  • Will be an effective communicator with staff, parents and children
  • Will provide and maintain a stimulating classroom environment that promotes children’s learning.

We can offer you:-

  • Full induction and support
  • Excellent continuing professional development opportunities
  • Supportive staff and parents
  • Enthusiastic children who want to learn
  • Excellent resources
  • Employee benefit scheme (Sutton Council employees) including sick pay, holiday pay and pension package.

Visits to the school are welcomed and highly recommended.

For further information and an application pack please visit the school’s website or telephone:  020 8648 4126


31st July 2017

Our lovely artwork!

Please go and check out our latest photo album on our website to show off some of the wonderful artwork that has been created recently!


Seniors worked very hard with Jack, our resident artist, to create some beautiful scenes from the allotment.  Seniors learnt how to mix the paints together to get the colours they wanted and used the watercolours to create their pictures.  Seniors created their paintings whilst at allotment,so they could see exactly what they wanted to paint.