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A Day in the Life of a Nursery Nurse

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A Day in the Life of a Nursery Nurse Day starts at 10am 10:05: Give juice and biscuits to children whilst reading a story. This is physical needs as the child is being given food by Alperton nursery because either they haven?t eaten breakfast or for a snacks. 10: 15: Supervise children whilst playing indoors. Make sure that there have a variety of activities available. Play with children, observe and etc. This is social, intellectual and physical needs of the child as they are interacting with other children and playing around which increases their health rate and also learning new games. 10: 45: Get children to tidy up the toys and get ready to go outside. This is intellectual and social needs as the child would be interacting with other children and staff and also would be learning reasonability and keeping things neat and organised. ...read more.

Middle

12:20: supervise children during lunchtime This is physical and social needs as the child is being feed food at lunchtime, which keeps them healthy and social as the adult would interact with them or other children in their table who are eating. 13:00: Put children to bed/ take the children who are staying up, outside or do an indoor activity with them/ clear the lunch tables whilst children are sleeping/ outside. This is a physical need as children need their sleep so it helps their mind to focus more whilst there are at the nursery. Taking the children out who aren?t sleeping so that they can?t ruin the peaceful sleep the other children are having. 14:00: Go to lunch for an hour. Wake children up and supervise them playing indoors. This is a physical need for the children as it?s important that you supervise children indoor so to prevent an accident happening. ...read more.

Conclusion

This is a social and physical need because the children are able to have a conversation with the supervisors if something went wrong and it?s a physical need because they are able to run around outside and play activities. 16:50: Read a story to the children This is an intellectual need because it helps the children expand their understanding of books and pick up some words. 17:00: Let children play with the toys. Make sure that there have a variety of activities available. Play with children, observe etc. This is a physical, social and intellectual need because the children are playing with toys and activities which enable them to communicate to each other and learn how to play activities and share toys among each other. 18: 00: Children and I go home This is a social and intellectual need because it lets the children know when it?s time to leave and go home and everyone interacts by saying byes to each other. ...read more.

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