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Please have a look through the Parental reviews and ongoing feedback I have received so far.

These are important to both myself and Parents as they allow me to evaluate what is working well and highlights areas that may require changing as well as any other suggestions. I have not used names to ensure confidentiality however the comments are otherwise unedited - many thanks to the parents for providing this information
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1. Are you happy with the format we use to communicate with each other or would you prefer and alternative method?

"Communication is great, we always feel we can send you a text or call if we have any questions"

"Yes, more than happy with communication, only worry that  you may get annoyed with me texting!" -
I told Mum that she can text as many times as she wants, its not a problem!

"Yes, fine - it would be great if you could jot down what the boys have eaten at yours + if (he) has done a poo! Thanks" -
I am providing full details each day of what is eaten and what has 'come out'!

"Very happy"

2. Are you happy with the current routines and activities that we do or would you like any new ones introduced? 

"(She) is doing brilliant with you and it's great that she has such a variation of activities through the week"

"Quite happy. Things you could try: Toddler group, Pre-School Gymnastics - Sport Village" -
there are several toddler groups we attend including Hoppers, Eaton playgroup etc. Some group activities however are tricky - I try to ensure all children are engaged at all times with the overall activities but thanks for the suggestion.

"Yes, Happy"

"Yes, Happy"

 
3. Do you have any concerns with your childs development?


"No, She's thriving"


"(He) has trouble counting 1-5 although he can count 6-12. He struggles with speaking sometimes when telling you something which sometimes sounds like a stutter. (He) gets his present/past tenses muddled up i.e. 'oh, would you' rather than 'oh, did you'" - I am working on creative counting techniques and trying to encourage a slower delivery as well as defining tenses in everyday environments such as "did you enjoy your dinner" and "would you like to see the ducks" etc

"No"

"No"

4. Are you happy with the methods I use to manage your childs behaviour?

"Yes"

"Yes"

"Yes"

"Yes"

5. Are there any other area that you like/dislike or think I should improve on? (Please provide details) 

"No, carry on, your brilliant!"

"No"

"No, they both seem very happy with you!"

"None"

6. What grade would you give my service? (Please circle) - Excellent / Very Good / Good / Adequate / Weak / Unsatisfactory

"Excellent"

Forgot to circle anything

"Excellent"

"Excellent"