As we look after a maximum of 34 children, we are able to spend a lot of time getting to know parents and children to ensure that both needs are met fully. We recognise that parents are their child’s first educators and that they have unique information and understanding of their child.
Each child has a key worker who works closely with the child and parent. All parents are made to feel welcome and valued. We work in partnership with you and your family to enhance and build on your child’s previous experience.
We have regular events where you can come into our nursery and find out more about your child’s development, view their Journals, read their progress reports and meet other families. We welcome any suggestions and opinions and believe in an equal exchange of information.
‘Parents speak highly of the staff and the exceptionally varied experiences they offer
children each day. They make extremely effective use of the online learning record to see their children's
progress. They embrace opportunities to share children's learning at home’.
Ofsted October 2017
‘To all the staff at Mains Farm House Nursery, Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for giving our son the very best possible start in his education. It has been wonderful few years, and I know he has thoroughly enjoyed his time with you all from start to finish! Everything you have done for him has not gone unnoticed we will miss you all. Thank you for the memories.‘
‘We would like to thank you all at nursery for all the support over the years. My little girl has been with you since she was so tiny and has grown so much. You have provided a safe, happy place for her to be. She has learnt so much and is now a polite, confident little girl thanks to the time you have invested in her. She talks about nursery with such happy feelings, and has made some lifelong friends I am sure.’
‘Our son has been at nursery since he was nine months old; he wasn’t the fastest learner and needed plenty of support. We feel that everyone at the nursery has helped our son become who he is today. From the one to one support at nursery, to working with his dad and me on his speech and language, to the constant update on his progress. He will most definitely miss you all when he starts school next September.’