Our Rooms

Our Baby Room  

Our Baby Room has 12 places and is home to Natasha, Grace, and Macy.  Grace and Natasha have a Level 3 qualification and Macy is working towards a Level 2 qualification.  All staff have relevant training in food hygiene, safeguarding and paediatric first aid and are continually accessing training available.  Natasha is also a mother to two young boys herself. 

Our Toddler & Pre-School Room at Newall Green

Our Toddler & Pre-School Room has 38 places and is led by Laura.  Laura has a Level 3 qualification in Childcare and is working towards a Bachelors Degree in Early Years Education.  She has worked at the nursery since we opened this site in September 2012.  Laura is the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, has a Level 2 Award in Team Leading and has received training in food hygiene, safeguarding and paediatric first aid amongst others. 

Alongside Laura in the Toddler & Pre-School Room are Zohora (Level 3), Ella (Level 2 working towards Level 3), Paige O (Level 2 working towards Level 3), Rhiannon (working towards Level 2), Jewels (working towards Level 2), Paige S (working towards Level 2 and Hayley (working towards Level 3.

Healthy Eating

We serve meals made from fresh ingredients as well as providing healthy snacks, including fresh fruit and vegetables.  We know that a varied and healthy diet contributes to your child''s well-being. Therefore, nutritionally, balanced meals are devised along with regular fluid intake, including milk and water.  Children in the Toddler and Pre-School Room are able to access their own water via a aquacool dispenser.

We have been accredited by the Early Years Nutrition Partnership and follow the 5532-a-day approach in line with guidance from the British

Nutrition Foundation www.nutrition.org.uk/healthyliving/toddlers and also use the 'Eat Better, Start Better Guidance that has been issued by

The School Food Trust as well as the Safer Food, Better Business Guidance.  We are happy to incorporate any changes for children with special dietary requirements and use diet to promote awareness of the multi-cultural society that we live in.

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