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Name:
Date: 26- September- 2013
Job title: Childcare Assented
Type of childcare: Crèche/ Montessori
Start and finish: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Name of supervisor:

Candidates own role

My role: childcare assented

When I arrived this morning I said good morning to all the children and help the other member of staff to clean the children’s faces as they where just after finishing their breakfast. Once they where all cleaned I then took them over to brush their teeth, as they where brushing their teeth I did the movement as if I was also brushing my teeth as some of the children where unsure if they where doing it right. After brushing the teeth we went back over to the class room, I got out the cushions and placed them on the floor, I called out their names and told them to take a cushion so we could start circle time. When more of the children started to arrive the parent/guardian had to sign the child in, the child then got a cushion and took a seat on the floor and joined in with circle time. During circle time I went the do some sterilisering, I got all the small toys from the class room and took them over to one of the rooms where there are no children around so none of the Milton would get on any of their clothes. Once that was done it was time for snack, I helped to set up the room and seat the children. Once snack was done and all the children where clean, went to the toilet and nappies changed my self and the other member of staff started to put on there coats and hats on them so they could go out side. When I was out side I was asked if I would go up to the Montessori and give them a had as a member of staff had to go home as she was not feeling the best. when I went up stares it was art time, the children where using clue and different shapes and colours. After art time the children where able to have free play some of them asked if I would read them a story while others where playing with small Lego, cars etc.

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