(Original post by mik1a)
depends how much you'd enjoy it.
I agree. I've got a trial session to see if my working there is mutually the best thing for both myself and the employer. I love children, but I think a lot of it will be clearing up after activities, seeing as I'll be the youngest/least experienced. It will also be tiring, and a fairly long day.
So I'll see how it goes, but I'm fairly optimistic that I'll enjoy it- I'd definitely rather do this than work in a shop or be a waitress or something.
thats really good for someone your age. when i was 15 i was on £3 an hour working in a kitchen. then when i was 16 i got £30 a day working in a sports shop which translated as £3.20 an hour but i've since gone up to £40 a day - £4.20 which isn't too bad at all but its taken me 9 months to get that far!
also depends whereabouts in the country you live....in the north £3+ an hour for ppl under 18 is ok, we can get by on it but i spose the same amount for someone living in london would be a little tight.
i'm 18 and on 4.95 an hour which is bloody amazing