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Female
34 years old
Single
White British
Living in United Kingdom
Has visa
Visa : british citizen
Currently in UK

in my own country
Has driver licence since 5 months and will want to drive in UK
Currently employed
Is a swimmer
Is trainned for first-aid
Work experience : I work as a nanny caring for 5 children, a 10 year old girl, a 7 year old girl, a 4 year old, a 3 year old little boy and 24 month old little boy. I look after these children as and when the families need me. I have a strong relationship with both families and so the children are able to come to mine now and stay here for the weekends if need by and I also stay at there’s. I have worked in a primary school for 13+ years but have always wanted to pursue my career as a nanny. I have previously worked in nurseries and have experience with new-borns. I baby sit on the side as well for families at the weekends and when they need me. I am flexible with my availability and will be willing to discuss that with a family to suit them.
Childcare experience : November 2014 – present Prince Avenue Primary and Nursery School SENCO Assistant – Key Stage 2 • Overseeing the day-to-day operation of the school’s SEN policy; • Coordinating provision for children with SEN; • Liaising with the relevant designated teacher where a looked after pupil has SEN; • Advising a on graduated approach to providing SEN Support; • Having input on the deployment of the school’s delegated budget and other resources to meet pupils’ needs effectively; • Liaising with parents of children with SEN; • Liaising with early years providers, other schools, educational psychologists, health and social care professionals, and independent or voluntary bodies; • Being a key point of contact with external agencies • Liaising with potential next providers of education to ensure a young person and their parents are informed about options and a smooth transition is planned; • Working with the head teacher and school governors that the school meets its responsibilities under the Equality Act (2010) with regard to reasonable adjustments and access arrangements; • Managing telephone calls • Extensive Outlook diary management • Organising internal and external client meetings and events • Dealing with personal matters/errands for the senior management staff • Having involvement with child protection • Interacting with children all day long July 2014 – August – Travelled South America September 2012 – November 2014 Rochford Primary School AfA (Achievement for All) co – coordinator, Learning Mentor, HLTA (Higher Level Teaching Assistant) and assistant SENCO • Liaising with staff to identify learners who would benefit from mentoring; • Helping learners who are underperforming in their subjects, either on a one-to-one basis outside the classroom or within lessons; • Implementing strategies and supporting learners in self-esteem and confidence-building activities; • Listening to and helping learners resolve a range of issues that are creating barriers to learning; • Drawing up agreed action plans with learners, outlining the aims of the mentoring, and monitoring their progress; • Monitoring attendance and punctuality of learners; • Visiting parents at home to discuss issues and problems, and running group sessions and workshops for parents at school; • Advising parents on behaviour strategies and parenting skills; • Networking with other learning mentors and teachers and relevant external agencies; • Liaising with relevant professionals and individuals, e.g. educational psychologists, the police and social services; • Setting up breakfast clubs and after-school clubs as well as running extracurricular activities, such as homework clubs, reading clubs, sports, music and discos, during lunchtimes or as out-of-school activities; • Organizing drop-in 'offload' sessions for learners, where they can talk about a particular issue; • Providing group activities such as anger management classes; • Maintaining accurate records and preparing written reports and evaluations; • Helping to secure funding to support learners' additional educational needs; • Managing your own professional development through undertaking relevant training and sharing best practice with other learning mentors; • Helping with transition activities for learners moving to secondary schools or on to further education. • Raise the aspirations of all pupils when using AfA programme. • contribute to the identification of barriers to learning for individual • Help to understand the challenges associated with frequent moves and work with families and schools to address them. September 2011 – July 2012 Learning Support Assistant – Worked here for the last year whilst at University. • Providing support to children with mathematics, reading and writing on an individual, class or small group basis. • Giving extra help to children with special needs or those for who English is not their first language. • Helping develop programs of learning activities and to adapt appropriate materials. • Motivating and encouraging pupils. • Assisting with marking and correcting work. • Attending meetings and reviews. • Helping with school events, trips and activities. Key skills for classroom assistants • Enthusiasm • Imagination • Energy • Adaptability • Patience • Responsibility July 2007 - May 2011 Crèche assistant – Worked here whilst studying at University • Contributed a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for children placed in the Nursery. • Give support to other personnel within the Nursery. • Implement the daily routine in the base room. • To contribute to a programme of activities suitable to the age range of children in conjunction with other staff. • Support all staff and engage in a good staff team. • Liaise with and support parents and other family members. • Attended out of working hour’s activities, e.g. training, monthly staff meetings, parent's evenings, summer events, Christmas parties, etc. • Helped where needed, including to undertake certain domestic jobs within the Nursery, e.g. preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment, etc. • Worked alongside the manager and staff team to ensure that the philosophy behind the project is fulfilled. • Recording accidents in the accident book. • Ensure children were collected by someone known to Nursery. • Preparation and completion of activities to suite the child's stage of development. • Ensuring mealtimes are times of pleasant social sharing. • Washing and changing children as required. • Providing comfort and warmth to a poorly child. • Ensuring the provision of a high quality environment to meet the needs of individual children from differing cultures and religious backgrounds, and stages of development. • Been aware of the high profile of the Nursery and to uphold its standards at all times. September 2006 June 2007 Learning support assistant – See above.

I enjoy socialising with my friends, am very family orientated, love to travel as and when I can, have a passion for looking after my friends children, I exercise every day, I enjoy eating well and cooking, love to watch films (especially Disney) and enjoy my own time and been in my own company. I am also a very big dog lover.

Availability

Will come the 01/09/2015
Will stay for summer
For 1 years

Languages

Fluent english
Studied english for 6 years
Other languages : French

My Services

Would like to be placed as Au Pair
Cooking for families
No washing
Housework
No ironing

Preferences

Happy to care for children of any age
Don't mind if family is made of one parent
Want to be placed in AnyWhere

Health

Has no medical issues
Has pet allergies : Cats - scare me
Is not asthmatic
Is not diabetic
Is not epileptic
Has no criminal record
Is not smoker

Other

Had siblings
Occupation of mother : Teacher
Occupation of father : Project Manager
Christianity
Has no tatoo
Has no piercing