I'd contact them to ask for it. Feedback can be really useful. School interviews are gruelling, so well done for getting it and getting through it! the more you do the more confident you get, good luck for the next one. If you are in a position to volunteer maybe you could try a different school to broaden your experience. Or TA supply work, same reason.
I teach a mixed N/R class. While N and R cover the same curriculum you will be looking at learning objectives inspired by the 30-50 months statements, in general. And - again in general - N children have shorter attention span for sitting and listening than R - lots of active practical hands on learning from the off!
I have an interview tomorrow as a TA in pre-school nursery class which consists of an observation and video task?? and then interview. I have always voluntered (1 day for last 7 years) in reception class and and my main worry is that I will not have enough experience for nursery. Although I am confident with EYFS in YR I worry it will be different for nursery.
Any advice would be great.
Ive just finished university doing a children workforce Hons.