How do you become a nursery nurse?


A nursery nurse is a trained individual who helps out qualified teachers in nursery schools, classes or groups and who holds a certificate from the National Nursery Examination Board.
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A nursery nurse is a person qualified in the non-clinical care of babies and young children. Typically a nursery nurse will work in a public children's nursery where they will provide day care for pre-school children, sometimes babies, whose parents are at work. Nursery nurses sometimes work in neo-natal units in maternity hospitals, where they will feed, comfort, wash, change nappies and otherwise see to the everyday care of newborn babies in the early weeks of life.
A nursery nurse plans activities for children such as singing, cooking as well as arts and crafts. They also develop the language as well as number skills of the children through activities such as counting games.
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This will depend on whether you are working for a local authority or privately owned nursery. As a guideline, a nursery nurse can get paid around £7 per ...
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