About Childcare4U Beaconsfield
At Childcare4U Beaconsfield we work in partnership with parents to achieve the best possible outcomes for all the children in our care.
Our quality service ensures children develop socially, intellectually, culturally, physically and emotionally in a homely, caring and secure environment.
Our development programmes are tailored for each age range and include a range of creative activities, languages, early computer skills and emergent reading and writing to help the children develop. Our programme meets the Ofsted EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) curriculum and the Buckinghamshire funding requirements.
We know that great staff make a great Nursery and we pride ourselves on having a highly qualified, trained and skilled team. Staff are encouraged and supported in developing their skills by studying for higher level Childcare qualifications, and also undertake mandatory training in Safeguarding, Paediatric First Aid, Health and Safety Awareness and Food Hygiene.
The nursery has completed the SMILE Award Plus scheme. This scheme is a programme that has been developed by the Buckinghamshire NHS Oral Health Improvement Team to encourage people working in childcare settings to provide healthy food choices, positive oral health messages and practices for children and young people between the ages of 0-16 years. The training focuses on ‘tooth friendly’ food and drink choices and good oral health hygiene practices in a fun and interactive way. We will be using this training to positively promote oral health with our children as part of our whole setting approach to health and well-being.
The Nursery Manager, Cassie Webb, has much experience in childcare, has a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Childcare and is currently completing a Leadership and Management qualification. Cassie is supported by a highly qualified and committed staff team who give each and every child the opportunity to grow in confidence in a secure environment so they can reach their full potential.
No one knows your child better than you, so our partnership with parents is integral to our way of working. We hold termly parents’ meetings ensuring you have the time to discuss your child’s individual needs and progress with their appointed key person. However, our ‘open-door’ policy means that parents are welcome to come and speak to us at any time. We promote home learning, and encourage parents to participate and contribute to their child’s learning, sharing information on a daily basis.