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Family support outreach workers (FSOWs) are employed by children's services as part of the Sure Start Children's Centre initiative to improve the health, education and wellbeing of children and families through the integration of services.
Community nursery nurses (CNNs) provide a vital role within the child health team/primary healthcare team and use their specific expertise to provide packages of care for families previously assessed by the health visitor.
The combination of increasing numbers of expatriates wanting private education for their children and local parents favouring western-style education has led to a surge in the number of private international kindergartens.
Childminders have rewarding, responsible careers providing care and early education for young children with all the benefits of home-based working.
This is a pivotal role with a children's centre, involving taking the lead in developing policies and objectives.
Portage home visitors need a good understanding of child development, communication and people skills.
A regional manager is employed to provide strategic leadership and inspiration to a group of nurseries and their managers in the achievement of high-quality childcare provision and financial success.
This role was created in response to the Bercow Review in July 2008, which found unacceptably high levels of language impoverishment among pre-school children and inadequacies in the system for supporting children with speech, language and communication needs.
What does the day hold for a childminder, and what career options does she have?
Anne Hallissey, Area Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator