Thank you to every member of staff for taking such wonderful care of my most precious little baby and laying the important and valuable foundations to set him up for the rest of his life. Zoe, mother of Tadhg (1)

The most important job in the world ...

In their first five years, children grow, change and develop more than at any other time in their life. And the greatest changes of all occur before they reach the age of one.

Working with children in the Early Years is all about nurturing young children, supporting their early learning, providing play activities and offering subtle teaching that helps them explore and develop.

It’s also about creating good relationships with each child’s parents and working with them to support their child.

All this is why it’s the most important job in the world. And at Teepee Day Nursery Bracknell we make sure we give our people the respect they deserve for doing it.

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Teepee has honestly provided my child with invaluable experiences and skills which have helped him develop amazingly well. I can never ever thank you enough. Parent

... and the most rewarding

And it’s an exciting and rewarding career too.

Early Years practitioners are never bored! No two days are the same; no two children are the same; and no child is the same two days running! You have to use your skill and judgement about how to work with each child, and to help them develop and grow.

Here are some reasons why our Early Years colleagues love their careers:

  • It’s fun and full of variety
  • It’s highly skilled
  • Great team working
  • Training opportunities
  • Great career progression
  • Flexibility – it’s a career that can work around you and your life
  • The relationships you build up within the team and with the children and parents
  • Responsibility for children’s wellbeing, learning and development
  • It’s rewarding and fulfilling – you really make a difference

If this appeals to you, and if you have a passion for working with young children and their families, then Early Years could be the career for you.

Get in touch to find out more.

I love welcoming the children in the mornings. It’s such a great atmosphere around here. Kris, Early Years Practitioner