What makes our truly unique is our hand-picked and meticulously vetted staff team members. All of whom are extremely proud to be part of the Little Angels family.
We ensure that we recruit, develop and retain the very best staff who excel in the childcare field. We implement rigorous industry and background checks and have a continuous programme of structured development and training in place, which means all our team members are committed to providing the highest quality of care and development for your child. Our team members underpin our every success and form the fabric of our home from home environment.
Some practitioners work with a single age group, which involves organising the daily routines for the same children every day; whilst others will assist with an age group according to need. This enables each child to get to know the staff, making transitions through the setting very easy as children are never with an unfamiliar face. This is also why we avoid using agency staff to cover staff holidays or sickness opting instead for our trusted regular ‘bank’ staff.
We also prioritise staff retention, meaning our staff members stay with us for extended periods of time, ensuring continuity in the care we provide. All our staff hold Paediatric First Aid certificates and have attended Child Protection training. Furthermore, all our staff work in partnership with parents/guardians under the EYFS and we facilitate regular parent meetings with setting managers and the child’s Key Person.
We also pride ourselves on being a socially driven business that strives to give back to our community and society, our team regularly participates in charity events. We believe in working as a team to better ourselves, our setting and to do as much as possible to positively impact our community.
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At the heart of the success of our settings is Azi Alamani, the owner and director of Little Angels. She has worked in Early Years for over 10 years and holds a CACHE Level 3 Childcare in Early Years qualification along with a BA Honours Degree. She leads and inspires the business to continue delivering an extraordinary experience in everything we do. Azi does this while driving the continued success of our childcare settings.
At the heart of the success of our settings is Azi Alamani, the owner and director of Little Angels. She has worked in Early Years for over 10 years and holds a CACHE Level 3 Childcare in Early Years qualification along with a BA Honours Degree in Marketing and Advertising. She leads and inspires the business to continue delivering an extraordinary experience in everything we do. Azi does this while driving the continued success of our nursery settings.
Our Managers are all skilled and experienced Early Years Practitioners with unrivalled energy and passion for childcare, making them a fundamental part of the Little Angels family. The Manager is responsible for maintaining the very high standards that we set within our nurseries. Ensuring that all our nurseries run smoothly and efficiently all year round. Equally, they manage the childcare and wider team, which includes a Deputy Manager, Room Leaders, Practitioners as well as the Chef.
Our Deputy Managers are all skilled and qualified Early Years Practitioners with an abundance of energy and enthusiasm. They assist the Managers in the smooth and efficient running of our nurseries and deputise in their absence. The Deputy Managers work together with the Manager and Room Leaders to manage the childcare team; ensuring that EYFS is used effectively and that policies and procedures are followed.
Each child in our care has their own Key Person. Your child’s Key Person is responsible for providing you and your child with a positive, loving and secure relationship. They will be a dedicated point of contact for you. Making sure that our care is tailored to meet the individual needs and circumstances of your child and your family.
Room Leaders play an essential role in the day to day running of our nurseries. They are meticulously organised, passionate and energetic. Room leaders are responsible for providing the highest standard of supervision, guidance and education as well as a stimulating and varied programme of care.
They lead, mentor and manage the staff in their rooms and are a key point of contact for all children and their families.
Early Years Practitioners are Level 2, 3 or 4 qualified with some holding BA Degrees in Early Years Childcare who assist the Room Leaders in charge of each room. They assist in the running of the room and the daily programme of stimulating and educational activities and provide a positive and secure relationship for the children. They are a Key Person for children and their families and play a significant role in the children’s daily care and development. Practitioners are multi-cultural and bring their different cultures and languages into our settings.
Our dedicated chef that works between the two locations is at the heart of our setting. She is responsible for preparing and cooking our delicious food. Our chef caters for all children under 5. Including babies that are weaning, and all special dietary requirements are catered for within our menus. We know how important it is for children to eat balanced and nutritional food. Whilst in our care, our mission is to ensure that mealtimes are a memorable and much-loved part of the day.