Staff in Combined Centres

  • Elsa Ferri
  • Dorothy Birchall
  • Virginia Gingell
  • Caroline Gipps
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Part of the National Children’s Bureau series book series

Abstract

The difference in the nature of provision offered by the traditional nursery school or class and day nursery is matched by variations in the number, type and working conditions of the staff employed. The typical nursery school has a head teacher in charge, with each class the responsibility of a qualified teacher assisted by one or two nursery nurses, who have normally undergone the NNEB (National Nursery Examination Board) training. All staff are employed by the local education department, and work normal school hours and terms.

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© National Children’s Bureau 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • Elsa Ferri
  • Dorothy Birchall
  • Virginia Gingell
  • Caroline Gipps

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