I have been working for the pre-school for 8 years now, I hold a BTEC National
I have been working at the pre-school for 8 years I have an NNEB, NVQ level 4 in Children’s care, learning and development and I am on the pathway to gain Early years professional status, I also regularly refresh Food Hygiene and First Aid.
I am the Pre-school SENCO, coordinating care plans with other staff members to ensure quality practice for children with additional needs, I work with external agencies to ensure that these children have their individual needs met. I liaise with the feeder schools when children move on to full time education,
I have been with the pre-school as an assistant for nearly 3 years.
I am qualified to NVQ Level 3 standard in children’s care, learning and development. I have also accessed training in Special needs. I regularly refresh
I have been with the pre-school as an assistant for six years.
I hold a Level 3 NVQ in children’s care, learning and development and I am trained in special needs, along with Food Hygiene and First Aid. I have a special interest in safeguarding children, this is part of my role if Sam is absent.
In my daily role I have special responsibility for ECAT (Every Child a Talker), where I monitor the environment
to ensure that we have readily available communication friendly spaces. This is an important part of our environment and is threaded throughout the whole setting.
I am a key person within the setting working with Jillian Ward, together we plan to meet the individual needs of the children. Our group of children is known as the “Robin” group. (September 2012)
Jill and I work closely together to observe, and assess the children and to track their progress through the revised EYFS whilst with us at pre-school, ensuring school readiness by the time they move on to main stream school.
We work in the same way as Emma, planning with the children and reflecting on our observations to ensure that learning is fun!
my First aid and Food hygiene training as required.
I am a Key person currently working with the “Robin” group alongside Sandra Weetman, we currently operate as a job share due to low numbers of children within the setting.
I have recently embarked on “Listen with Lucy” training; In September 2012 this will form part of our weekly curriculum of activities as this promotes good attention skills. This will form part of our “Getting the pre-school children ready for school”, I will aim to deliver this at least twice per week to allow maximum number of children to benefit from the activity.