The temperature and lighting of all rooms in the building are monitored and adjusted to ensure that we achieve the most appropriate condition for children’s well-being.
Communication with Parents/Carers
To ensure that the individual needs of all babies and young children in our care are met, we feel that liaising with parents/carers on a day to day basis is important. You will personally be informed about your child’s day at Nursery by a practitioner who has been actively involved in providing the care of your child.
A day slip is given to you at the end of the session providing details of your child’s day, this will include information on:
- Sleep times
- Meal times
- Nappy changes
- Activities and Experiences
- Any other information important to parents/carers
We feel that all parents need to be given as much accurate information as possible about their child’s day at Nursery and we encourage you to share information with us related to your child’s interests, learning and experiences outside of Nursery. - See Working with Parents/Carers Policy.
All staff at Osborne House Community Nursery are dedicated to the care and education of babies and young children.
All staff are qualified to Level 3 NVQ in Childcare or an equivalent qualification, we also have apprentice students within the Nursery, who are undertaking training to gain their qualifications within this specialist field. Practitioners also hold certificates for paediatric first aid and safeguarding/child protection.