We recently caught up with Sarah, Deputy Manager at our Kiddi Caru Day Nursery and Preschool in Burgess Hill.
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Read on for our Q&A with Sarah Bowers:
“My Mum to start with, I have always loved the idea of looking after children and after progressing my career in Early Years, my interest in the developmental side of childcare has shone through.”
“I started in January 2017 as a Bank staff member whilst studying at college, I loved it, so I decided to become a full-time apprentice!”
“I enjoy training and inducting new staff members when they begin their journeys. Watching children succeed in something you have been working on with them is also something that is so rewarding.”
“Each day I arrive at nursery and greet the children and throughout their time with us I help to provide our daily care, where I also plan and extend activities.”
“When a child achieves their next development steps with your help.”
“Do it! Take the time to complete the extra training, listen, and act on your instincts.”
“The various training options that we provide. Including the Ignite/Leap training, online training, inductions, and regular beneficial staff meetings. There is always room and the opportunity to improve your skills.”
“Learning more about safeguarding and my role as a Deputy, and to complete Leap training in the future to push myself further.”
“My parents and I had a lazy morning, we met for lunch and then went to the cinema, we also did a bit of Christmas shopping together.”
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