Hospital Play Specialist: Organise daily play and art activities in the playroom or at the bedside, Use play to maintain a child’s level of development during illness, Use play to prepare children for hospital procedures, Observe children while playing to help healthcare staff monitor their progress, Nanny: Travel with the children and prepare for holidays and trips, Take children to playgroup, nursery, school and on outings, Housekeeping, Bathing and dressing the children, Teaching Assistant: Help teachers to plan learning activities and complete records, Help the children who need extra support to complete tasks, Support teachers to manage class behaviour, Supervise group activities, Holiday Rep: Act as a link between families and hotel staff, Take part in welcome meetings to give families information on local attractions and customs, Meet the families at the airport and travel with them on the coach to the hotels, Organise a varied programme of activities throughout the day, Family Support Worker: Help to develop parenting skills and home management skills, including finance, Support a parent who is in hospital or prison, Work with social workers to assess a family's needs, Work with people who have drug or alcohol addiction, Early Years Practitioner: Deliver a high standard of learning, development and care for children aged 0-5 years, Be a key person to children, Meet Ofsted requirements at all times, Deliver an appropriate play based Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum,

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