"What can you bring to the existing team" (sell yourself here!!)
What role so you anticipate playing in establishing the new EYFS curriculum within our nursery? (wow them with your knoweldge or if your're unsure your willingness to join in the learning)
What would you do with a new child who was difficult to settle? (tricky as you might not know the nursery's policy)
What would you do if a parent complained to you about another member of staff?
Compile a short list of your own questions,hours/pay scale/training what THEY would expect of YOU as the deputy?
As NV says ...ooh and take along any artwork/portfolio you may have already, course certs & previosu CRB check. Although they'll have to do their own it always shows willign to have it with you. Also make sure you know how much notice you would need to give your current job!
I have another job where I do 12 hours at a much higher rate. I work for a leisure company (and have done since I was 16)
I decided in 2006 I needed a change so went into child care and am looking for first proper job (am actually amazed they offered interview as only exp. I have is my placements and nannying for a little toddler)
I have no children though so money is not an issue for me