There are many lessons to be learnt for ECE providers, staff and the Ministry of Education and the Education Review Office from the Little Ted’s Nursery case in the UK.
A female teacher was found to be sexually abusing children, taking photographs on her mobile phone and sharing these with her Internet friend.
This article looks particularly on problems and issues of centre governance and accountability (likely also to be present in other ECE services), the importance of staff/teacher supervision, and the role of students on teaching practice/placement.
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