EARLY YEARS Careers and Employment
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Early Years Educator in Felixstowe
on 31 July 2018
Fun workplaceA very good place to work, the staff were welcoming and friendly. The children had lots of fun, and staff knew exactly how to benefit the children's education.
Nanny/Housekeeper in Oxford, Oxfordshire
on 4 June 2020
Fun and engagingGreat fun so rewarding. Good culture with great work life balance Good benefits and working hours I was working for a private client looking after two young children
Childminder in Essex
on 28 May 2020
I would like to work in a productive and fun environmentI am looking forward to inspiring others to be the best at what they do. I am proud to be in a position to share my knowledge and understanding with other. Knowing I have helped them to realise their dream is extremely rewarding.
Nursery Assistant in Plymouth, Devon
on 15 June 2019
amazing managerbest nursery ive worked in. great management, the girls that are employed are always great at their jobs. the children have so many resources to help them develop and grow
Early Years Educator in London, Greater London
on 6 February 2019
High energy trying to create solid foundationA typical day at work requires a person to of had adequate rest. Caring for children requires lots of energy,participation and interaction,this is a must in order to be a part of a child's world.Children are continuously learning from their environment and especially from the adults who care for them.It is always important to be aware of ones behaviour and attitude around children. Management should adhere to recognise the hard work and dedication of front line staff. Children are unique and come from all types of backgrounds. Therefore it goes without saying that rightly or wrongly there will be many learnt types of behaviours which have been transferred to children which will then be transferred to the carers of children. Working in partnership with parents and valuing their input has become a big part of the workplace culture. This goes along way to ensuring a child's individual needs are prioritised. However the hardest part of the job in an Early Years setting is keeping up with the paper work. Less and less time seems to be spent interacting with children, as more time is spent carrying out daily observations on children. Satisfaction and a real sense of achievement comes when children run with their arms open wide towards you, this indicates to me that they are happy and I have sense that I must be doing something right.
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