Staffing

At Premier Nursery our high staff ratio enables staff to spend quality time with individual children.


Staff/child ratio

0-2   1-3
2-3   1-4
3-5   1-8

All of our nursery staff are experienced; dedicated; well trained and hard working.

Every member has chosen child care as a vocation and are therefore happy and dedicated to caring for your child.

A number of staff have higher qualifications to degree level, including early years teacher qualifications and Early Years Practioner status.

All staff have Criminal Records Bureau checks and Premier Nursery is inspected by OFSTED every 4 years.

The staff wear brightly coloured uniforms with the nursery logo on. Management wear navy tunics; supervisors wear blue tunics and nursery nurses wear lilac tunics.

Premier Nursery’s Mission Statement

Premier Nursery encourages the children in its care to work towards achieving the desirable learning outcomes for 5 year olds, as set out in the early learning goals for the Foundation stage (SCAA) document on nursery education.

We do this by providing play facilities appropriate to age and development so that

• Social linguistic
• Physical
• Creative
• Intellectual, and
• Emotional development

may be explored and enhanced.

Premier Nursery offers the children an environment where they will be treated with kindness, patience and courtesy. Each child’s individuality is respected and cherished and in their turn, the children will learn that acquiring skill and knowledge is fun.


'Quality Counts' for Premier Day Nursery Southport

What is Quality Counts?
'Quality Counts' is the Investors in Children endorsed accreditation scheme of NDNA. It is based on portfolio building, mentoring, training, self-assessment and independent assessment, leading to the award of Quality Counts accreditation.

Benefits of Quality Counts

Benefits for Children

  • Develops, encourages and maintains high standards in care and education for the benefit of children, their family units and their local communities
  • Research shows that good-quality childcare benefits children by positively affecting cognitive, language, social and
    emotional development. 

Benefits for Parents

  • Provides a kite-mark to inform parental choice of childcare and reassurance and confidence in the quality of the setting
  • Quality Counts standards encourage and facilitate partnerships with parents in the care and early education of their child. 

Benefits for Staff

  • Creates a positive culture of continuous improvement, thereby increasing staff involvement and commitment to team building
  • Delivers positive benefits for staff motivation and empowerment, promoting increased retention of staff. 

Benefits for the Setting

  • The portfolio stands as a living document that settings can refer to on a daily basis to train and educate new staff and work to consistent policies and procedures
  • Provides evidence to meet Ofsted requirements.

How do I find out more? 
Visit the National Day Nurseries website for more information: 
www.ndna.org.uk

 

Premier Nursery Policies

Southport and Ainsdale nurseries have written policies for the following:-

  • Admissions & Procedure
  • Behaviour Management
  • Bullying
  • Child Protection 
  • Complaints  
  • Confidentiality
  • Healthy Eating
  • Early Years Curriculum
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Equipment & Toys
  • Fire Evacuation
  • Full Evacuation 
  • Health & Safety 
  • Medication
  • Missing Child 
  • No Smoking
  • Outings
  • Parental Involvement
  • Safety
  • Settling in Procedure
  • Sick child
  • Special Educational Needs 
  • Staff/Child ratio
  • Student Placement
  • Sunscreen
  • Terms & Conditions for Users
  • Uncollected Child
Policies are available to parents in each entrance.


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