5 stars (1)

Babysitter in Delabole

Female Non-smoker Member since Jul 2015 Last Updated Aug 2017 Last Login 11 Jul 2018 Email

My Summary

DBS Check
Special Needs Experience
First Aid Training
Full Driving Licence
Own Car
Evening Babysitter
Weekend Babysitter
Daytime Babysitter
Childcare Qualifications
Newborn Experience

About Me

Hi my name is Rosemary Genge and I am 22. I have qualified my BTEC national diploma children's care, learning and development level 3. I am equally happy to work as a team member as I am to work independently; I am supportive of others, enthusiastic and encouraging towards children and other practitioners, I am very willing to help and learn, I am creative, independent, use my initiative, I am reliable, friendly, Work well under pressure in a calm and efficient manner. I am organised and tidy, and full of fun activities for children. I like to encourage children to be out doors and explore the nature as much as possible; taking them to the woods to build dens and look for mini beasts.

My Experience

Teaching assistant, st Breward infant and junior school, st Breward
(September 2010 to May 2011)

I supported and encouraged children from reception to years 4 and 5 with their learning through assisting and supporting them with all lessons. I carried out general tasks and activities with confidence and independence. A reference can be provided.


Nursery assistant, Delabole Mini Minors, Delabole
(9th September 2011 - 7th January 2014 to 13th December 2011 - 31st March 2014)

I carried out care routine tasks for the children such as; nose wiping, putting on coats, preparing food, disinfecting work surfaces, carrying independent tasks, using my initiative, working as a team member, I supported children through their learning with nursery songs, simple words and recognising their name.


Teaching assistant, Delabole primary school, Delabole
(16th January 2012 to 30th May 2012)

I carried out care routines, followed instructions given, confidently and independently and worked as a team member, using initiative and listened to others opinions and contributed to discussions and put across ideas for term activities, I was able to discuss with the teacher my strengths and weaknesses and how I could improve on my own practice including how I would do this, I was able to take small groups of children and carry out different activities with them, through supporting children with their general curriculum ensuring support and encouragement was given appropriately when needed. I also carried out small tasks such as putting up displays independently printing, photocopying and disinfecting food surfaces in preparation. I carried out first aid when required on minor injuries filing accident forms and reassuring children, I was able to discuss ways to help develop and support individual children`s learning and work with children one to one with activities allowing them the extra guidance and support that they needed.


Teaching assistant, Camelford primary school, Camelford and bude haven special needs unit
(16th September 2013 to 19th December 2013)
working within the ARB unit. Camelford primary school i worked within the 'area resource unit' (special needs class) I carried out care routines, followed instructions given, confidently and independently and worked as a team member, using initiative and listened to others opinions and contributed to discussions and put across ideas for term activities, I was able to discuss with the teacher my strengths and weaknesses and how I could improve on my own practice including how I would do this, I was able to take small groups of children and carry out different activities simplifying them to suit the children, through supporting children with their general curriculum ensuring support and encouragement was given appropriately when needed. I also carried out small tasks such as putting up displays independently printing, photocopying and disinfecting food surfaces in preparation. I carried out first aid when required on minor injuries filing accident forms and reassuring children, I was able to discuss ways to help develop and support individual children`s learning and work with children one to one with activities allowing them the extra guidance and support that they needed. The children were also taken to lake field riding center and took the children for riding for the disabled in which I was able to support children and encourage them to ride.


Teaching assistant, St Mabyn primary school, St Mabyn
(28th April 2014 to 25th June 2015)
Within Bude haven primary school i worked within the 'area resource unit' (special needs class) I carried out care routines, followed instructions given, confidently and independently and I worked as a team member, using initiative and listened to others opinions and contributed to discussions and put across ideas for term activities, I was able to discuss with the teacher my strengths and weaknesses and how I could improve on my own practice including how I would do this, I was able to take small groups of children and carry out different activities simplifying and making them for challenging to suit the children, through supporting children with their general curriculum ensuring support and encouragement was given appropriately when needed. I also carried out small tasks such as putting up displays independently printing, photocopying and disinfecting food surfaces in preparation. I carried out first aid when required on minor injuries filing accident forms and reassuring children, I was able to discuss ways to help develop and support individual children`s learning and work with children one to one with activities allowing them the extra guidance and support that they needed.


Teaching assistant, St Tudy primary school, St Tudy
(10th September 2014 to 25th June 2015)
I worked as a team member, using initiative and listened to others opinions and contributed to discussions and put across ideas for term activities, I was able to discuss with the teacher my strengths and weaknesses and how I could improve on my own practice including how I would do this, I was able to take small groups of children and carry out different activities simplifying and making them for challenging to suit the children, through supporting children with their general curriculum ensuring support and encouragement was given appropriately when needed. I also carried out small tasks such as putting up displays independently printing, photocopying and disinfecting food surfaces in preparation. I carried out first aid when required on minor injuries filing accident forms and reassuring children, I was able to discuss ways to help develop and support individual children`s learning and work with children one to one with activities allowing them the extra guidance and support that they needed.

My Qualifications

Duchy College, Stoke Climsland
2011 to 2012
BTEC Children's Care, Learning and Development level 2
Creative Craft Using Nursery Art Award Level 1,
Creative Craft Using Wood Crafts Award Level 1


Duchy College, Stoke Climsland
2012 to 2013
Playwork City & Guilds Award Level 2


Duchy College, Stoke Climsland
2012 to 2013
Children and Young People's Workforce Certificate Level 2


Duchy College, Stoke Climsland
2014 to 2015
Children's Care, Learning and Development BTEC National diploma level 3

Five to thrive 2016
Learning language and loving it 2017

My Availability

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Last Updated: 21/07/2017

My Fees

  • Babysitting from £7.50 per hour

During day time hours £7.50 hr
past 12 clock at night £8.50 an hour
I also charge 50p per mile i travel to you but not back

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Reviews

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I was very nervous about leaving my almost 3year old as I've never left her with someone she doesn't know. But Rosie was so lovely I felt comfortable leaving my daughter with her as soon as I met her. My daughter loved her evening with Rosie. Rosie put my daughter to bed which must ave been a really hard job her her as my daugher asnt been put to bed by anyone else. In the morning my daughter didn't stop taking about Rosie and told me she was her best friend. I highly recommend Rosie. I hope she will come and babysit for us again soon.xxxx

  • 5 stars Overall

by about Rosemary on 26/10/2015

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