Rabbit's staff maintain a daily diary for each child which helps to ensure that you are involved in your child's day at nursery. You are welcome to add your own comments to your child's diary about things you and your child have been doing, these diaries make a lasting record of your child's development for you to keep.
During your child's time in Rabbits a member of staff will be allocated to your child a s a key person. A key person is a named member of staff who is responsible for a small group of children providing reassurance supporting children's wellbeing, responding sensitively to individual feelings and emotional needs in a safe and caring environment. The key person also ensures a child's physical needs are met such as changing nappies, feeding and help with dressing. This person will provide a familiar figure who is accessible and available as a point of contact for parents building effective relationships between child, parent and nursery.
We believe it is very important to maintain a regular team of staff to ensure that the children can develop a close and secure relationship throughout their day at nursery. We do not use agency staff but we do ensure that all staff spend time with all children on site through playing in the garden together, birthday gatherings and using each others rooms.