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Sent to nursery

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by Rei, May 5, 2012.

  1. Rei

    Rei

    Hi! I have just found out I will be teaching nursery next year ( I am currently a year one teacher and had requested a change to year 3/4). I'm not familiar with working hours or current specifics of the day. Is the profile about to change? I'm going back to talk to the head about this next week. He did mention support from the EYFS leader and also the current teacher who will be around for September before going on maternity. Is there anything I should try and request (!) or clarify when I go back to him? Or things to begin thinking about?
    Any advice or comments gratefully received.
     
  2. Rei

    Rei

    Hi! I have just found out I will be teaching nursery next year ( I am currently a year one teacher and had requested a change to year 3/4). I'm not familiar with working hours or current specifics of the day. Is the profile about to change? I'm going back to talk to the head about this next week. He did mention support from the EYFS leader and also the current teacher who will be around for September before going on maternity. Is there anything I should try and request (!) or clarify when I go back to him? Or things to begin thinking about?
    Any advice or comments gratefully received.
     
  3. NellyFUF

    NellyFUF Lead commenter

    You're going to love it!
     
  4. Yes, the EYFS is about to change, so make sure you ask to go on one of the training courses being run everywhere this term. It's probably a good time to be moving as the rest of the team will be learning new things too. Try to get the EYFS leader to keep you up to date with planned changes before you start though, so you've got the Summer to get your head around it.
     

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