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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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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

As I have been doing my qualifications I have built my future and my career, but we've also nurtured the children because as I have become more qualified, I have understood how to teach them and how to play with them and help them achieve

Bethan Hallett, Early Years Assistant

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

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

We just make such a difference – the happy faces, learning, it’s a really fulfilling job to do. It’s a brilliant career and you couldn't ask for more.

Amelia Joyner, Early Years Teacher
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