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Parents’ Information

Working with Parents

We know that parents are children’s primary educators. You are the experts when it comes to your child so working in partnership with you and your family is vital in ensuring that your child thrives here at Heath Lane Nursery.

We will endeavour to keep regular communication between us through the following:

  • Weekly newsletters to inform you of what has been happening in the Nursery and events coming up.
  • A website with up to date information on all aspects of the school including signposting external websites and guidance where appropriate
  • Opportunities at the beginning of each session to share information with your child’s key person
  • Fortnightly parent conferencing where we will have a chance to share observations on your child’s interests/developments and perhaps concerns at home and at school
  • A learning environment which will provide information on current learning
  • Open sessions will take place where you will be invited to come in and share your child’s learning and find out more about strategies and resources currently being used to support your child’s learning

Family Support

Hertfordshire Family Centres

The Hertfordshire family centre service are available to support with all aspects of parenting. The following link will support you with identifying the nearest service to you and will signpost you to services that they offer.

www.hertsfamilycentres.org

Family Lives

Family Lives is a national support charity providing help and support in all aspects of family life. They have a confidential helpline and provide guidance on all aspects of family life.

www.familylives.org.uk

Parent View

We really value feedback from all stakeholders. Please do take the time to inform us of your view of all aspects of the school via Parent View by following the link below:

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

What to expect, when

This document has been created to support parents to access the EYFS and understand the developmental bands. The document also includes simple ideas for ways that parents can support their child at home in each area of learning. Our staff will use this document with parents and carers to ensure that they are clear on how to access the information to support their child.