Parents are welcome to look round the nursery to look at how their child is doing. Your child's key person is your first point of contact at the nursery as they know your child best. You can also speak to the manager at any time.

You will be invited to come and speak to your child's key person on a regular basis where you will be able to read about the targets set for your child and how they met those targets and what their next step of learning and development are. You will also have the opportunity to include things that you're doing at home that's working well with your child so the nursery can carry on with these and vice versa.

You will receive a welcome pack when your child joins the nursery and inside the pack is all the information you need to get you and your child settled in to the nursery quickly.

The nursery also has a Newsletter which will give you updates on what's happening at the nursery and how you can join in the fun too. The Newsletter is also our chance to inform you any recent developments like new staff members and so on.


Safeguarding is important to us!

At Bluebirds Day nursery, the welfare of the children in our care is paramount to us. Our duty of care is to do all we can to protect our children on any issues or concern relating to Safeguarding and Child Protection, including seeking professional assistance, if required.