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Nursery school attendants provide assistance to nursery teachers in nursery schools and playrooms. Their main responsibility is to help the lead teacher manage a classroom or group of children who are less than 5 years of age. They may read to children, teach them simple drawing, painting, and songs, organize age-appropriate games and help children with eating, resting, dressing and toileting. They also help maintain discipline and regular rest periods.
A high school diploma is the minimum qualification required in most settings although some nursery settings require an associate's or a bachelors' degree. Excellent communication skills, tremendous patience and a genuine love for children aged under five are all essential requirements for this role. Many facilities will also conduct a background and criminal check as you will be dealing with smaller children.
Nursery school attendant interviews are usually conducted by the lead teacher who is likely to ask you several hard-hitting questions to ensure that you are the right choice. Expect to be asked questions regarding your interest in handling children and your previous experience in this role. Some time spent in an internship will help you provide more compelling answers to any questions the interviewer may ask. The interviewer may also propose several mock scenarios and ask you how you would handle those situations. The answers you give will play a key role in whether or not you get the job. To prepare compelling answers to all questions at your nursing school interview, make sure you take some time to read through mock interview questions