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Early Years Teaching Assistant

Job Description

Are you passionate about nurturing young minds and helping children embark on their educational journey? Dunbar Education, in partnership with an esteemed Primary school in Luton, is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Early Years Teaching Assistant to join the team.

Position: Early Years Teaching Assistant

Location: Luton

Salary: £80 - £90 per day (dependent on experience)


  • Provide vital support to the Early Years educators in creating a stimulating and safe learning environment.
  • Assist in planning and implementing engaging educational activities that cater to the unique needs of young children.
  • Foster positive relationships with children, parents, and colleagues to create a collaborative learning community.
  • Promote the development of essential life skills, social skills, and a love for learning among the little ones.
  • Help maintain a well-organized and tidy classroom setting conducive to effective learning.
  • Offer one-on-one support to children who require additional assistance, ensuring no child is left behind.


  • Relevant experience working with young children is essential.
  • A Level 3 qualification in Early Childhood Education or a related field would be highly desirable.
  • Patience, empathy, and a genuine passion for working with children.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team and adapt to the dynamic nature of early years education.
  • A commitment to creating a safe and inclusive learning environment.

Why Join Us:

  • An opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of young learners.
  • Supportive colleagues and a collaborative teaching environment.
  • Competitive daily rate, reflecting your experience and qualifications.
  • Ongoing professional development opportunities.

If you're excited about the prospect of being an Early Years Teaching Assistant in Luton, we encourage you to apply! Help us shape the future of our youngest learners and contribute to their growth and development.