Adhering to the policies and procedures of Bright Stars and compliance with the Children Act, health, and safety legislation and within the guidelines of Ofsted and the national standards. Ensuring confidentiality is always maintained in the nursery.
Working as part of a team.
The care and supervision of the children regarding to their physical, emotional, and intellectual needs.
The planning and preparation of activities, to meet children’s individual needs, liasing with parents and negotiating working targets ensuring effective communication within the nursery
Providing a good role model to all nursery assistants, students, and new members of staff in the setting.
Keeping developmental records and observations
Positive management of children’s behaviour.
Preparation, care, cleanliness and maintenance of the playrooms and equipment.
Keeping and monitoring accident, incident, and risk assessment records.
Offering all children equal opportunities regarding their religious persuasion, rascal origins, gender, disabilities, cultural or linguistic background; in particular, challenge situations where racism or discrimination is displayed.
Supervision of meals and mealtimes and where appropriate preparation of baby’s bottles.
Participating in regular staff meetings, publicity open days and as appropriate children’s outings and parties.
Attendance of staff meetings as arranged by the nursery manager.
Any other duties appropriate to the post of as directed by the deputy or manager.efits and incentives available to the apprentice and the working week including shifts if required.)