My Work Experience Essay

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My Work Experience

The holiday club is a tradition of the Hounslow West Evangelical Church. It is situated on 22 Vicarage Farm Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 4NW. This activity has to do with little children between the ages of 3 and 11. It takes place during the summer holiday and it is a five day programme in August. Before the beginning of the holiday club the executives, that is the Pastor and his wife, the elders and the youth fellowship, make a plan with various concepts two months before the programme. I am a member of the youth fellowship and this is how my work experience begins.

The executives hold a meeting once a week usually on Sundays after church service to plan ahead for the
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The pastor, who is the head of the church, starts the meeting with a prayer and he gives a brief summary of the origin of the programme. He informs us that it has to do with little children within the ages 3-11 years. There would be variety of activities such as bible stories, games and memory verses. We require a medical report on each child, especially those with allergies, we also need their parent/ carer to sign on who would be dropping the children and picking them at the end of the day's activity. As the pastor is talking his wife and a few elders would be distributing some refreshments. During this first meeting the youth fellowship had to elect a president and secretary who will direct activities during the meetings and further in the programme. This is when I was elected the secretary of the youth fellowship and at the moment I felt very responsible and I was determined to make good use of the opportunity.

After the two months preparation the day finally came. Personally I was nervous surprisingly, but I believe it was due to the fact that I was the secretary and all I wanted was nothing but success without problems. The first day it started at 9am- 12pm because it had to do with registering the children and then estimating the amount of needs required for the children. They came with their parents and they had to settle issues with the elders
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