Project ID - TIS001085
Care of pre-school children.

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Project offered at

Monkstown Nursery School
BT37 0NB


Shauna Wilson

Student Skills

Gentle, caring nature, team worker, sensitive to the needs of young children.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Learning in the six areas of the pre school curriculum

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Knowledge of the development of pre school children, knowledge of the pre school curriculum, skills of intervention in learning activities to help children achieve potential.

Extra Information

To include preparation of early learning activities, preparation of snack, supervision and involvement in a range of activities as laid out in the Pre-School Curriculum Guidance, story and music sessions, supervision of lunch routine. Project aims: That the student will have an insight into the early learning experiences of pre school children and will gain an understanding of the role of the teacher and nursery assistant at this stage of education.

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