We love what we do, and more importantly, we love being a part of your child’s development, but we want to be better! We’ve put together a small survey to try to find out how we’re doing, and what steps we can take to be our absolute best.
Please can we ask parents to click this link and answer a few questions for us? Many thanks, Amy and the Team!
Parent’s guide and views
Parents as partners
Parents are regarded as members of our setting who have full participatory rights. These include a right to be:
- Valued and Respected
- Kept informed
- Included at all levels
Our setting recognises parents as the first and most important educators of their children. All of the staff see themselves as partners with parents in providing care and education for their child. There are many ways in which parents take part in making the setting a welcoming and stimulating place for children and parents, such as:
- Exchanging knowledge about their children’s needs, activities, interests and progress with the staff
- Helping at sessions of the setting
- Sharing their own special interests with the children
- Helping to provide, make and look after the equipment and materials used in the children’s play activities
- Taking part in events and informal discussions about the activities and curriculum provided by the setting
- Joining in community activities in which the setting takes part
- Building friendships with other parents in the setting
Helping at the session enables parents to see what the day-to-day life of Little Wombatz is like and to join in helping the children to get the best out of their activities. Parents can offer to take part in a session by sharing their own interests and skills with the children.
We welcome parents to drop into the setting to see it at work or to speak with the staff. If you would like to help regularly in the setting we will ask you to complete a Volunteer Registration Form and CRB check to ensure that we are safeguarding the children in our care.
Parent’s views of our setting
At least once a year we ask our parent’s what they think about our setting. The responses for the 2017-18 academic year are below.
(*some rows do not add up to 100% due to missing answers on questionnaires)
We are really pleased that overall everyone is happy, or really happy with their child’s experience with us. We take on board all feedback and so in response to this we are going to:
- Reintroduce parent consultations twice yearly and offer half termly parent drop in/themed stay and play sessions.
- Look at different ways you can talk to us about any concerns you may have.