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EYCS career stories

  • Bethan Hallett: Life as an early years assistant

    Bethan Hallett (level 2 Pre-school and out of school care) “There are always new challenges to keep you on your toes each day and it’s really rewarding to see the children grow up” 21-year-old Bethan Hallett is an Early Years Assistant at a pre-school setting located on the same site as a primary school.  Bethan

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It's seeing the progress in the children that I really like

Bethan Hallett, Early Years Assistant

It's such an exciting career because there is something different every day. I go from building dens one minute, to being dressed up and having my face painted the next!

Dan Baxter, owner-manager of FISH

I had lots of on-the-job training through the staff and with my tutor who comes out to me every month

Bethan Hallett, Early Years Assistant

There are always new challenges to keep you on your toes each day and it's really rewarding to see the children grow up

Bethan Hallett, Early Years Assistant

What I do makes a difference to those children and that for me is one of the most rewarding aspects of the job.

Amelia Joyner, Early Years Teacher
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