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Call us in Manchester to find out how we can help you make the most of your child's pre-school education

0161 850 3545

We appreciate that starting at nursery can be a big step for both you and your child. Our trial sessions before starting allow for settling in and also time for your child to form relationships with what is known as a key person. The key person will support your child throughout the day and will share your child's experiences with you.

 

As a parent we also encourage you to give your own feedback and build a positive relationship with the staff at Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery. Remember we are always here to help and answer any questions that you may have about your child's pre-school education.

Building positive relationships

Advice for parents from nursery practitioners can be very important because it has a direct effect on your child's development. This is why we encourage a culture of cooperation, continuous exchange between parent and nursery and joint planning of parties, events and excursions.

 

Parents are welcome to enquire about or visit their children throughout the day. We maintain a formal record of development for each child and there are regular opportunities for feedback, including advice for parent's evenings throughout the year.

We believe in working together

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YOUR CHILD

At Kiddi Days Private Day Nursery, parents are always encouraged to get involved. Our team understand the importance of communicating with you and sharing information about your child's progress.

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Testimonials from happy parents

• “I have been completely happy at this nursery. The staff members are the best. Everything is organised, clean and I love the fact that the staff and the management make a great team.” K Jones

 

• "Evaluation of the nursery is highly effective, drawing on a broad range of sources.  Parents participate in this extensively and their views are used to implement changes to enhance children's learning and well-being"

Ofsted 2014