Oak Tree Day Nursery, Amington Branch

Oak Tree Day Nursery, Amington Branch

Oak Tree Day Nursery, Amington Branch Heather The Nursery set up Three rooms, equipped for specific age group Toys cleaned regularly and thrown away if showing signs of wear.

Baby room Eighteen babies aged between 0 and 18 months. Room divided into two sections, walkers and non walkers. Various activates Daily diaries Tweenie room

15 children aged between 18 months 2 and a half years. Various activities Daily diary Pre-school children from 2 and half - 5 years. Various activities activities ensure each child achieves

learning outcomes from all of the six areas of learning. Daily diaries Typical day arrive at the Nursery for 3pm help children complete current activity e.g reading, colouring, going outside At around 4pm I would help tidy up and set up for Tea. child's choice play

Picked up between 4-6 Skill development Independent enquirer- taking responsibility for planning what to do and how to go about it Creative thinker- asked more questions in order to gain understanding of the task.

Reflective learner- Asking for feedback and dealing with it positively and constructively. Team work- Working confidently with others and to resolve issues. Self-manager- coping with new challenges and opportunities.

Effective participator- playing and taking a full part in work Independent enquirer evidence Taking responsibility for planning what to do and how to go about it Employee

comment- Heather has led activities within the different age sections of the nursery independently and with initiative Creative thinker Asked more questions in order to gain understanding of the task. Employee

comment- Heather is not afraid to ask for guidance if she is not sure what to do. Reflective learner evidence Asking for feedback and dealing with it positively and constructively. Sometimes

when talking to the children they would not listen and carry on behaving disruptively, the staff would tell me I need to be more confident and enforce the rules so that the child understands and listens to me. I feel that I took on board what the staff said and am now much more confident when talking not only to children but adults aswell. Team work evidence Working confidently with others and to resolve

issues. Mrs Thompson- Heathers supervisor informs me that she always uses initiative and can work well as part of a team or independently. She is good at following instructions but also can access the needs of the children and what may benefit staff. An example of this is when a child falls over Heather attends to the child without being prompted Self-manager

coping with new challenges and opportunities. Mrs Thompson- Heather was the first student to organise her work experience and has behaved in a mature way since the start of enrichment. Effective participator

playing and taking a full part in work Employee comment- Heather has made a valuable contribution whilst she has been here and the children have shown an improvement in their cognitive skills since they have been working with Heather. We are really pleased with what Heather has achieved whilst being on placement. Highlights of placement

Boy joined, speech severely behind Constantly cried, wouldnt join in After a few weeks staff gained his trust and he began to join in. His speech slowly improved over the weeks and he can now have a basic conversation and plays nicely with peers. What did I least enjoy? Tidying

up after messy activities Uninteresting jobs (washing up etc) Comments; Heather describes herself as an extra pair of hands. Her supervisor describes her as brilliant Heather is helpful, interacts well, uses her

initiative and is very punctual. Heather has been great whilst she has been here, she has really helped out a lot and the children love her. We would have another work experience student here after Heather because she has done a fantastic job. Future career plans University to study social work Progress into child protection

I formed strong relationships with the staff and children and this will benefit me as a Social worker when working with families and co-workers. I understand the need to keep children's identity confidential for child protection as I will have to in my chosen career. I have learnt to accept someone's opinion even if I dont agree and this will benefit me greatly when dealing with cases as social workers should be non-judgmental. I was able to work in both large and smaller which will benefit me in my chosen career when dealing with cases.

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