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Hackney Learning Trust Employee Review

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8 September 2017
Enjoy working with children from different ethnic backgrounds, each day differs from the previous day, interaction with the children is great, the office staff are very approachable. The most enjoyable is working with the children that we pick up from home to school and from school to home. Interaction with the parents who inform us of any concerns they may have about their child and what to look out for along with information provided that we should be aware off.
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