They develop and acquire a wide assortment of management skills. Early years management is a crucial aspect in which children, staff, and parents lay the best foundation for their outcomes (Bruce 1987, p. 23). A nursery school manager has policies, regulations and builds a framework for operations in order to achieve the set goals (See appendix, questions and answers on policies and framework)
Room leader, ensure that rooms are in good condition, assess the risks of the room, in charge of room activities and observing the children, incase of complain about hygiene and safety, I take the responsibility.
Yes, the nursery has procedures for child abuse, child protection, medicine policy to check doctor’s prescription and parent sign before and after a child takes medication, parents with children of special need complete the policies form for special needs, and no discrimination among children regardless of their color, religion and culture
EYFS, emotional, personal and social development framework is followed at the foundation stage, communication, language and literacy, Math and problem solving. KUWU: knowledge and understanding of the world, physical development, creative development, Themes; under 2 years old, positive relation, unique child, enabling environment, and learning and development.
Ask parents to give their words they can understand, teachers use pictures to indicate events like meal time, play time for multilingual children and teachers who are Russian and Indians in the school.
According to Hurst (August-November 1997), early years setting managers have typical responsibilities and roles to play within an organization. They carry out good planning and organizing by ensuring that projects are seen to completion in an efficient methodological and structural way Strategic thinking and evaluation skills enable them to initiatively analyze the big picture in the