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Partnership with Parents

Settling in Sessions

We offer a free settling in procedure of 2 x 2 hour sessions to allow your child to settle into the nursery and for parents and children to become acquainted with their key person who will introduce you to room staff, explain the system of the nursery and answer any questions. Your child's key person will also discuss your child's development and support planning for their next steps and their individual needs.

Open Door policy

We provide an open door policy whereby a parent/carer can discuss any aspect of their child’s care or development at any time.

Parent/Staff meetings

The nursery encourages parental involvement from day one to ensure we cover your childrens needs through two planned open/social evenings to encourage good relationships between parents and staff, allowing some parents to also get to know each other, this enables children to socialise outside the nursery.

At the planned open evenings to discuss your child’s progress you will have the opportunity to discuss with your child’s key person the next steps in their development. Long term government studies show that Outcomes for children are substantially improved where there exists a close link between the Pre - school provision and the home.

We also encourage parents to share their professional skills with the children, eg. One parent is a chef who came to conduct a cake icing display, with all children wearing a chefs hat! Another parent was a dentist who came with an outsize set of teeth to talk about dental health!

Regular newsletters and monthly activity sheets to take home are available to support learning at home. Daily diaries of your childs day are provided but we are shortly to introduce online digital learning journals with 'ey log' which will enable parents participation in their child's activities at nursery. Parents will be able to log on and see their child in a current daily video shot!

We also liaise with other professionals related to a child’s development as well as professionals in the community, eg. Police and Fire Brigade etc.