Parents as Partners
Each year the school identifies priority areas for improvement, this may be based on Ofsted reports, progress and attainment data, current changes in policy, parents views or children’s needs. Our current priorities are:
- Continue to promote and embed British Values
- Continue to ensure our Safeguarding procedures create a culture of vigilance and ensure the safety of our children.
- Increase % of previous 2 Year Olds who make outstanding progress in prime areas.
- Continue to strengthen role of the Governing Body.
- Continue to strengthen the school business management systen.
- Continue to improve mathematical development.
- Continue to improve attendance.
- Increase opportunities for COEL and SMSC.
- Increase the % of EYPP children who exit inline or above age related expectation.
Our positive relationship with parents is really important to us in nursery, and we believe that this can improve children’s progress and development. Parents and children on our waiting list are invited to weekly ‘inspire’ sessions, were they can start to build relationships with our key staff. Inspire sessions run throughout the year and groups of ten children, along with parents, are invited to the ‘stay and play’ sessions, to learn about how the nursery staff will deliver the early years curriculum and how parents can support their children at home.
During the time at nursery each child is allocated a key person. The key person is responsible for ensuring that assessments are completed for each child and that children’s individual needs and interests and incorporated into the planning.
Children are able to create a strong bond with their key person that helps them feel safe and secure.
Parents evenings are held at regular points during the year to ensure that parents are informed on how well their child has settled into nursery and updated on their progress and attainment in relation to the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Regular reports are provided by 2 simple.
At key points in the year the school consults with the parents to ensure that they are providing the best service they can and to allow them to gather feedback so that the school can continue to improve.
Throughout the year, a range of workshops are provided to our parents and their children to support learning. Each workshop aims to support a particular are of learning, and helps parents to understand how they can support learning at home.