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Our staff

Staff qualifications range from those who are employed as Nursery Apprentices working towards their NVQ Level 2, Nursery Assistants working towards their NVQ Level 3 and management staff who have achieved their NVQ Level 4 or 5 in Childcare Management.

All staff are recruited and employed by Kiddies’ Cabin using an extensive vetting procedure which ensures that they are both suitable to work with children and have the necessary skills and personality so that the nursery meets the requirements of each child in our care.

Regular staff training is undertaken on paediatric first aid, food hygiene, safeguarding / child protection and fire safety training. These are updated on an annual or three yearly basis depending on the statutory requirements. Prior to commencing their employment with us, all staff attend a three day staff induction course held by the Trust. Staff receive regular developmental guidance to ensure that they continue to develop professionally and personally.

All staff attend Basic Life Support training with Paul McEndoo, the Trust's Community Resuscitation Facilitator every year.

Nursery Manager - Leigh Kelly

(Does not work on Fridays)
Leigh Kelly Qualification: NNEB Diploma in Childcare & Education, Level 5 in Leadership.

Leigh has worked as the Nursery Manager since the nursery opened in 2006.

Nursery Deputy - Lorna Lepetit

 
Lorna Lepetit

Qualification: NVQs Level 2 & 3 in Childcare, Level 3 in Management and a Level 5 Diploma in Management & Leadership.

 

Lorna joined Kiddies' Cabin in August 2019 as the Deputy Manager. She previously worked in our Reading nursery from the time it opened in 2003. Lorna has had extensive experience working with all age groups, and was able to achieve the Baby Talk Award alongside her team.  

Testimonials

C is leaving as the family are moving house.

She has learnt lots of words and chats a lot, she has learnt to play with other children.

 I'm grateful that she is happy and enjoys going to nursery.

I think the nursery represents value for money and I would recommend it to family and friends.

K.C

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