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The Proprietor: Anne Prescott
As a working mother of three, I know about the natural anxieties of parents who have to leave their children in the care of others.
My aim has always been to create Nursery environments where children are happy, safe and stimulated; cared for by high calibre staff who enjoy providing for every child’s needs. Our cheerful, nurturing environments and trust in our staff are essential for working parents to be able to commit themselves to their career.
I have worked in childcare for over 25 years as a qualified Nurse, Midwife, Health Visitor and Lecturer in Childcare, training and examining Nursery Nurses, and I have written several childcare textbooks. I am a “hands on” proprietor and the well-being of each individual child is of paramount importance to me.
The Proprietor of Rushcliffe Day Nurseries, Anne Prescott (Early Years Professional)
Most of our team have been working at the Nurseries for several years, providing a loving, family atmosphere.
We are staffed beyond the minimum requirement recommended by the Children Act 2006, and have trained the majority of our own staff to continue to achieve our high standards of care and education.
Every member of staff is Paediatric First Aid trained. We are proud to have been awarded Millie’s Mark at Radcliffe-on-Trent Day Nursery, which recognises our commitment to keeping children safe.
All areas of the Nurseries are populated with a high proportion of qualified Nursery Nurses who continue with their professional development. This emphasis on training stimulates us to make continual progress and individuals in our team are currently undertaking the following courses:
- Early Years Professional Status
- Foundation Degrees in Early Years
- NVQ 4 Early Years
- Forest School Practitioner
The happy environment and the warmth and care of the staff at all our settings provides total security for children and their parents. Ofsted have said: “Children show they feel extremely safe, secure and happy in the nursery and arrangements for safeguarding the children are robust.”