Northfield’s New Year Rings In The Changes

Nursery manager Janette Moran presenting Deputy Manager Kerrie McCaffery with flowers.

It’s all change at one Bright Kids nursery as new staff are welcomed, and they wish good luck to two members who go on maternity leave. At the Northfield setting new members of staff joining the team include two who will be based in the nursery room, and another one who will be working across the nursery and with the after school club. They have already had Melanie Bayus-Finnegan join the team, who is the new cleaner. However, two members of staff went on maternity leave before Christmas – deputy manager Kerrie McCaffery and nursery nurse Rebecca Kerrins.

Janette Moran, manager at the nursery, said they are also having some decorating work done in the office at the nursery. “It is a busy time here at the Northfield setting – but an exciting time too as we not only welcome new staff members to the team, but also new children are joining us in January,” she said. “Whatever changes we go through at the nursery one thing that doesn’t change is the high level of care we provide for the children. We have a friendly, happy nursery where children can play and learn in their own age groups, with a wonderful outdoor space that has areas for climbing and creative play.”

The nursery offers flexible childcare for 51 weeks of the year from 7.30am to 6pm with before, after school and holiday clubs. They also serve traditional hot lunches from 5* hygiene rated kitchens. Janette added: “All of our staff are not just qualified and experienced, but are committed to providing the best childcare possible with activities designed to cater for each child’s developmental and learning needs. From January we have new children joining out Little Stars group – as parents see the first class facilities we have here it is no wonder our nursery is growing and we need to take on more staff. We look forward to welcoming new staff and children in the new year and making 2017 our best year yet.”

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