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Can an EYFS Coordinator teach in nursery?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by moomin73, May 16, 2011.

  1. Hi all,
    I have a very big dilema [​IMG] As i have too much experience and that i should be the bigger class ! i am naturally devastated as i love my job. I can understand they want the best for the children and so do i, but i can't help feel that nursery has been overlooked, there may only be 13 children per group but nursey are very needy and need the guidance of an experienced eyfs teacher not a teacher who needs constant support! I have supported her so much over the year and fear when i am in rec will be doing 2 jobs. I know i haven't got much say in this i have to follow my leader but has anybody else experienced anything similar ?
    thanks
    lucy
     
  2. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    Our nursery teacher is also the EYFS coordinator and I know that is true in a number of local schools but as you say the ultimate decision is with the head.
     

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