We aim to support each individual child in their childhood journey of discovery, wonderment and development. Our service will continue to embed improvement through the medium of self-evaluation and partnership working. Staff’s commitment to lifelong learning continues to improve their knowledge and provide better outcomes for children.Our environments are fun, happy, nurturing places where children feel safe, confident and build resilience.
Our parents play an important part in their child’s learning and development. We aim for parents to contribute as fully as possible to the life of our centre. There are a variety of opportunities where parents can become involved in the nursery and their child's learning.
We promote parental involvement in our self evaluation and actively encourage our parents/carers to ask each other questions and fill out questionnaires on subjects such as the curriculum, Quality of environment and Care standards etc
The centre also invites parents to attend various events such as:
How you can be involved in the life of our centre?
Being involved within our service does not necessarily mean being involved in a committee there are lots of other ways to become involved such as:
Reading a story
Arts and Crafts
Dance / drama
Throughout the year our children participate in a variety of educational outings which are linked to their learning experiences. Our parents help make this possible by playing an important role and accompanying staff and children on outings.
We hold both informal and formal parent evenings over the year and all parents and carers are encouraged to attend these. These provide a great opportunity for you and your family to come along and speak with your child’s key worker.