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We are thrilled to have received really positive feedback from a range of parents and other professionals too. Please see below for examples of some of the comments made:
Sarah, mum to Luca, gave us this lovely feedback (September 18):
‘Luca looks forward to Stepping Stones every day. Communication between us and his key worker is great, I feel involved in every step of his progress there.’
Jo Robson, Specialist Teacher Hearing Impairment and South Kent Sensory Team Area Co-ordinator
County Sensory Service stated (July 18):
I have visited Stepping Stones nursery for one year now supporting a pupil who has special needs. I have found them welcoming and very open to my advice and supportive of the children in this setting. The children are genuinely cared for and make appropriate progress to move onto the next stage of their education. I will miss working with Sally and Claire after the end of July and would thoroughly recommend their nursery to any parents.
Parent Emma stated (October 18):
“We couldn’t be happier with Stepping Stones Preschool. Our girls have flourished since attending and would go on weekends if they could! The staff are caring and attentive and treat the children as individuals recognising their specific needs and providing for them.
We were worried about how our children would cope being away from us for the first time, but Sally and her team supported not only my girls but also us through the process. It was all done gradually in a way that made the whole family feel comfortable.
The setting is fabulous with lots of activities on offer, so my girls have never been bored. There is also a huge outdoor area with an amazing nature garden which is where most of my children’s learning has taken place. They have been actively encouraged to climb the trees and get digging and delving, no matter what the weather.
I can’t think of anything better than my children learning in a safe and secure environment,being given opportunities to push their own learning forward with staff that are involved and dedicated.”
If you wish to make a complaint, Ofsted states the following on its website:
“If you are concerned about anything you see or hear at an early years or childcare provider, you should raise this directly with the service. If you cannot resolve the matter in this way, or if you have safeguarding concerns, please contact Ofsted on 0300 123 4666.”