A kind and compassionate individual, who is friendly to all peoples, from all backgrounds. Have a lot of patience and enthusiastic, in being creative in all engaging activities, to make them fun and inspiring. Able to adapt to different work environments devoting myself to the task at hand, making s ...
A kind and compassionate individual, who is friendly to all peoples, from all backgrounds. Have a lot of patience and enthusiastic, in being creative in all engaging activities, to make them fun and inspiring. Able to adapt to different work environments devoting myself to the task at hand, making sure enthusiasm is placed in all work duties. Very observant, when taking in the children’s development, understanding each child’s needs and being sensitive to their emotions. Building positive relationships with children. Understanding the importance of child safety and welfare. Able to work more hours or come in early for preparation, willing to exceed expectations of my job profile. Can manage difficult behaviours applying it in a very calm and professional manner, while also encouraging positive behaviours. Giving support to other workers and professionals, as well as giving support to the parents and children. Very organised, as I like to keep things neat and tidy, and in order. Very committed to completing the required training and wiling to do an enhanced DBS check. Passionate to become an outstanding teaching assistant.
• My daily duties involved planning and supervising activities such as; arts and crafts, music and cooking.
• Helping children to learn numeracy and language skills through games, singing, role play and story telling.
• Taking children on outings, feeding and changing babies
• Observing children and recording their progress, providing detailed and regular feedback to the parents and Nursery supervisors.
• Adhering to the safety of the children, their welfare.
• Giving support to other Nursery workers and professionals.
• Giving support when managing challenging child behaviour and promoting positive behaviour.
• Supporting the child one on one, sensitive to their emotions and their progress in their development. Encouraging them to be the best they can be.
• Speaking with parents or carers about their child’s progress, informing them of any issues or illnesses.
• Supervising the after school club, offering games and activities, monitoring their progress.
• Administrative duties such as; preparing the classroom and clearing away after class to ensure tidiness and effective learning can take place.
Safeguarding and Child Protection 21-22 May 27th - June 2nd 2022
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