What Is a Nursery Practiitoner?

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A nursery practitioner is a person committed to providing a safe, healthy environment where children can learn and develop. They work closely with parents and health care professionals to ensure that all children access nursery facilities safely. Their duties are to ensure that children are supervised at all times, manage risks to children and adults through carrying out risks assessments and ensure food are served to children.
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Nursery practitioners employ strategies that are effective in supporting children's behaviour and understand the importance of adopting different strategies to support children's individual needs.
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