Partnerships with parents

We believe that children benefit most from Early Years education and care when parents and setting’s work together in partnership. You and your child are entitled to expect courtesy and prompt attention to your needs and wishes. Our door is always open and you will always be given a warm welcome and can expect confidentiality on any discussion that takes place about your child. The only exception to this is where there is concern for the child’s welfare.

Your input is very important to us and any new ideas, which could improve our nursery are welcomed. We recognise that your life skills, background and culture are a valuable resource to our nursery and you are always welcome to attend part or all of a nursery session and maybe share some of your experiences or skills.

To enable us to ensure the best care for your child please speak to your child’s person or the manager about any changes in your child’s home circumstances or any sickness. This information will be kept in confidence.
We also want parents to have confidence in both children’s wellbeing and their role as active partners within the setting.


OFSTED inspection Jan 2009 –
Good partnerships with parents are established through relaying an abundance of worthwhile information about the setting and how each child is enjoying and achieving

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