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Within my setting I have worked as part of a team in many different ways. One of these ways was when I set up a display of the childrens work.

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PER5; The principles underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children P5.1; Within my setting I have worked as part of a team in many different ways. One of these ways was when I set up a display of the children's work. My room supervisor asked me to collect children's work and collect the materials and equipment I would need to complete this task. P5.2; My supervisor then instructed me in to using my own imitative in that I could choose the layout and the design of the display. I then collected what I needed without disturbing the group as they were having circle time on the carpet with the rest of the practitioners. I trimmed the children's work to make sure that it all fitted on to the display. I then collected the laminator from the office and then laminated the children's work. After sticking the background on to the board I was then able to start displaying the work. When I saw that my supervisor had finished circle time I asked her if it was okay and if anything else needed to be done. She then asked me to use the computer to print of the names of the children whose art work was displayed. ...read more.


My supervisor then asked if I had any ideas to which they could include into the following weeks planning. I then suggested a few activities in which we could do. My supervisor then said did I want to lead the activity with a group of children. Other staff members then talked about what they wanted to do through the week and what they wanted to focus on with each of their key children. P5.3; My supervisor then asked for my opinion with what the theme of the week could be throughout the setting and if I agreed with the planned activities and experiences for the following week which I agreed that they were all good and suitable. I said that I thought the children would all enjoy making rice crispy cakes and Easter cards for their parents. I gave feedback in this way as the other team members wanted to know my opinions and thoughts. During the meeting I did take notes as my supervisor and other team members told me what materials and resources I would need for when I did my activity. P5.4; In the future I know I can be more confident in my ideas and also being confident in sharing my ideas with the rest of the team. ...read more.


I then said to one of my other team members that i like their activity that she did with the children and that it was good idea. I gave this team member feedback as she was also a student and nervous about doing an activity by herself, so I gave her feedback as it may of made her feel confident for the future in carrying out activities by herself. I also received feedback from a parent of one of the children that participated in my activity and she said that the cards were a good idea and a 'nice touch'. P5.4; In the future I could personally grow professionally as I am now confident in that i am able to keep a group of children engaged for a whole activity by myself. I have also been given feedback from other members of staff in that I could use different resources such as paint and other materials that the children could stick to the card, also for the older children to help them write their names in the cards. My other team members made me feel confident in that I did a good job as they commented in that I was well prepared and organised. ?? ?? ?? ?? Kayleigh Greening Centre Number- 344.000 ...read more.

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