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I am the manager.  I have a deputy manager, then room leaders, then practitioners (official job title is Early Years Practitioner), then assistants for unqualified staff(e.y. assistants).

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Sorry I realise my skivvy remark was not at all helpful, just got in from work and it’s been a long day🤪.  I used to call myself pre school leader now I call myself pre school manager.  I think this changed when the EYFS came in and talked about managers.🙄

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It's Manager for me too.  Used to be Supervisor but we had a Chair who ran her own business and pointed out that I was responsible for the day to day running of the group therefore should be called Manager.

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42 minutes ago, lynned55 said:

Exactly what Mousie said- except add on IT consultant, shopper and toilet unblocker!

Flip forgot plumber and I’d prefer purchasing operative to shopper if you don’t mind ... but my main role is to waste hours looking for things that no one has ever seen or moved !

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4 minutes ago, GFCCCC said:

Oh dear, I have inadvertently shown my age. So who can remember before ofsted when inspections were carried out by 'social services under eights' ?

 

Ah yes ...fraid so! still have my social services check too...before CRB's! My first psla rep heads up the early years for our area too!

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8 minutes ago, GFCCCC said:

Oh dear, I have inadvertently shown my age. So who can remember before ofsted when inspections were carried out by 'social services under eights' ?

 

......and you needed about 3 policies and they fitted comfortably  onto one side of a piece of A5 paper..

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26 minutes ago, louby loo said:

......and you needed about 3 policies and they fitted comfortably  onto one side of a piece of A5 paper..

and they were much more interested in your plasters being in date than what you 'taught' the children

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43 minutes ago, GFCCCC said:

Oh dear, I have inadvertently shown my age. So who can remember before ofsted when inspections were carried out by 'social services under eights' ?

 

In the words of Mary Hopkin 'Those were the days my friend' 

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39 minutes ago, finleysmaid said:

Ah yes ...fraid so! still have my social services check too...before CRB's! My first psla rep heads up the early years for our area too!

Oh yes I'm still working on my original 'Police check' as is my deputy

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1 hour ago, GFCCCC said:

Oh dear, I have inadvertently shown my age. So who can remember before ofsted when inspections were carried out by 'social services under eights' ?

 

definitely - those were the days!

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1 hour ago, GFCCCC said:

Oh dear, I have inadvertently shown my age. So who can remember before ofsted when inspections were carried out by 'social services under eights' ?

 

That I do remember, we had a lovely, sweet lady for 8 yrs as our under 8’s officer, she then showed up some years later as our Ofsted inspector ...talk about personality transplant O.o

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11 hours ago, GFCCCC said:

Oh dear, I have inadvertently shown my age. So who can remember before ofsted when inspections were carried out by 'social services under eights' ?

 

Compared with the inspections now they were so simple and easy.  Oh those were the days🙄

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