Our Staff

At Emma’s Angels we value the importance of highly trained and experienced staff and encourage all staff to take on extra training in order for them to better their positions. We release our employee’s a minimum of 10 hours per year to access training courses in work time, however in all cases this is higher and practitioners also access training in their own time. All our employees have been DBS checked and had their references followed up. Emma’s Angels employees aim to provide your child with a warm nurturing environment where they will feel safe and happy.

Our employees attend 2 in house training days on Saturdays throughout the year, along with monthly room team meeting and termly site meetings to ensure effective communication and delivery of our service. Employees have individual development plans and access qualification’s ranging from NVQs, Foundation Degree’s and Degree’s.

All Emma’s Angels employees are trained in first aid and safeguarding children. We are constantly providing extra training to keep all staff up to date and help stimulate new ideas for play.

Key Person

Emma’s Angels operates a key person system, which means that a member of staff will be especially responsible for your child and will develop a close relationship with you. The key person will observe and monitor your child’s development whilst in the setting and will be responsible for recording in your child’s profile which will be available for you to look at whenever you wish to do so.

Observation’s will be carried out using a variety of methods from written, photographic, with dictaphones in order to ensure we are monitoring your child’s progress to the best of their abilities. Key person and profile training is provided by our management team to ensure your child receives the best.

Celebration evenings are held twice a year this gives you the opportunity to discuss your child’s development with their key person. However you are more than welcome to meet with your child’s key person at any or to look at your child’s profile. Parents should be confident that any matters discussed with practitioners will remain confidential, as is our policy.