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We are fully CSSIW regulated.
Note, we are also a training environment for learners. However, please be assured that your child will be supervised at all times by Day Nursery staff.
Collecting your child – we operate a signing in system where only persons named on the signing-in sheet may collect children from the Nursery. The Nursery reserves the right to only release children to responsible adults.
If any other person should come to the Nursery to collect a child without prior arrangement, they will not be granted permission and the child will remain in the Nursery until the named person comes to collect them, or makes contact with the Nursery to confirm the change.
If Day Nursery staff feel that the adult collecting your child is not responsible, or is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, we reserve the right to not hand over your child until we feel a responsible adult is present.
Please note that the Social Services Duty Desk or the Police will be called, and a Child Protection referral would be made, should this occur.
“Absolutely amazing place and can’t thank Michelle and her team for everything they did for my son. Would highly recommend this Nursery. Thank you.”
“Amazing nursery with brilliant staff that go the extra mile for all the children.”
“I find it very hard to trust people I don’t know around my boys but from the second I walked into Bridgend College Day Nursery 4 years ago everyone was so friendly and made me feel at ease. With the help of these women my 3 boys are doing so well. Without all the staff here and Michelle I wouldn’t have achieved what I have today. So thank you all so much.”
What will your child eat?
Food is prepared daily with breakfast being served before 8.40am, lunch and then tea after 3.45pm.
Snacks are also prepared mid morning and mid afternoon.
The daily menu is displayed in the entrance foyer. Fresh produce is purchased regularly and prepared by the Day Nursery Cook.
A menu of meat, fish and pasta and vegetarian dishes are planned a number of weeks in advance, ensuring a balanced and varied diet.
All individual dietary needs are catered for, including vegetarians, vegans, food allergies and cultural requirements.
Children who have a specific dietary requirement are catered for, whether it is an allergy or intolerance need, a religious requirement or simply a preference.
Please discuss your child’s needs with the staff at the nursery on your pre-starting visits so arrangements can be made in advance.
If any changes to your child’s diet are required please ensure that you complete and sign an individual dietary sheet with a staff member from your child’s unit.
The Nursery is also participating in the Health and Sustainability Pre-School Award.
In addition to main meals, children will have mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks, usually consisting of fresh fruit and vegetables. Babies may also have age-appropriate snacks.
If a baby is on a full mixed diet, the same fresh cooked meal will be offered. Babies starting a solid diet will be gradually introduced by having a vegetable and potato base to begin – eventually leading to a full pureed diet. This is in accordance with parental consent.
Babies have boiled water or very diluted fruit juice (1:10) as well as their milk. We will not give squash to any babies unless provided by parents. Older babies will also be given a snack both morning and afternoon.