Meet the Team

We are a small close team, working together to help care and support all children’s individual needs.

Manager:      Truly

CACHE Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management in Children and Young People’s Settings

CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Childcare and Education

Level 3 Award in the Role of the Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) in Private, Voluntary and Independent Early Years Settings

Roles within setting include: Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, Safeguarding Designated Person,

Deputy Manager:       Letitia

CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Children and Young People’s Workforce

Roles within the setting include: Administrator, Autism Lead, Health and Safety Co-ordinator, Data Protection Officer

Senior Pre-School Practitioner:      Emma

CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Early Years Educator

Roles within the setting include: Behaviour Management Co-ordinator, Two Year Co-ordinator

Pre-School Practitioner:        Michelle

NVQ Level 3 in Early Years Care and Education

Roles within the setting include: Equality Named Co-ordinator

Pre-School Practitioner: Jo

NVQ Level 3 in Children’s Care, Learning and Development

Roles within the setting include: Outdoor Co-ordinator

Pre-School Assistant: Laura

Currently completing her Level 3 in Childcare

We adopt a key person approach, which means that each member of staff has a group of children, who works with yourselves to make sure that your child’s particular needs and interests are met. When your child first starts at the setting the key person will gain information from yourselves, and will help your child to settle. This key person will then be available to talk to you at any time.

Our Ofsted Report, 2018 stated ‘Children have a highly nurturing settling in experience and develop an excellent bond with their key person. Staff take time to tailor provision to meet children’s individual care needs.’

‘The teachers are so caring and attentive to the children, they put so much time and thought in all they do with them. My daughter comes out smiling every time saying she had a good time. The toys are varied, they have different role play areas and activities out so the children get a wide range of activities each session, and they learn so much more independence and routine, it’s a great start and lead up for school. They have some great experiences like watching caterpillars turn to butterflies, cooking and campfires these types of things as parents we want to do with our children but sometimes time doesn’t allow.’ (Parent of 2 year old)