We believe that communication with parents is a fundamental part of nursery life. When your child attends our nurseries you will receive a daily verbal and written report on the day’s activities and your child’s general wellbeing. Each of our children are also given their own private online journal which our team update regularly with images and details of things they have enjoyed. These galleries are entirely private, but offer the opportunity for
parents and nursery carers to update each other on the child’s development, and our parents love receiving the photographs of their children playing and learning. We also publish seasonal newsletters and hold biannual parent/staff meetings. Our aim is to work in partnership with parents and children.
We joined the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) in 2016. Their goal is to promote quality in early years care and education for the benefit of children, their families and the local community. The NDNA provide updates and guidance on policy and procedures which we follow at Bright Sparks.
NHS: Child Smile Partner
As a partner of the NHS Child Smile scheme, each child in our nursery has a personal toothbrush and cleans their teeth daily. We are proud of our sparkling smiles, and through the Child Smile scheme we help encourage good oral health and education. You can find out more here.
Edinburgh College: Placement Partner
As a placement provider for Edinburgh College, we provide students with the opportunity to gaining practical experience with our skilled staff team. Students are never counted in our ratios and are always supervised by a qualified member of staff.