Careers at Nurture Outdoor Kindergarten

Inspiring children through nature

Why Nurture?

At Nurture Outdoor Kindergarten we are passionate about nurturing children as they grow.

We have a unique approach to early years education, and are offering equally unique opportunities for Early Years Practitioners to join us and experience a different way of doing things. We are looking for warm, authentic individuals with an open mind, and in return we want to invest in your career. We care deeply about our team and want to find the right practitioners to fit with our approach and ethos.


Current Vacancies

We don't currently have any vacancies, but we are always keen to hear from like-minded individuals. We welcome expressions of interest to work with us. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. your CV and a short covering letter and we'll add you to our database for future job vacancies.


Safer Recruitment

Nurture Outdoor Kindergarten are committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in our care. All applicants therefore must be willing to undergo effective child protection and safeguarding screening, this will include references from previous employers and an Enhanced DBS check and then registered with the Update service . We shall also seek compliance with sections 15-25 of the immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 (eligibility to work in the United Kingdom of Great Britain).

All staff must confirm they are not included on Children’s barred list or PoVA or barred by the Independent Safeguarding Authority; or disqualified from working with children, or live with someone who has been disqualified from working with children, or been refused registration or had it cancelled; subject to sanctions imposed by a regulatory body, e.g. the Teaching Agency or Health and Care professions council and Ofsted.

All our posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore all convictions, cautions, reprimands and warnings including those regarded as ‘spent’, must be declared.

To retain their sense of wonder, children need adults who honour the way they learn. A wealth of open-ended play - with simple materials - can set children on the road to being confident individuals with a lively interest in life.

Bruce, McNair & Siencyn 2008