We aim to build strong relationships with parents/carers, and we recognise that parents/carers are the primary source of information on their children.
Within Bunny Tales, each child has a key person who supports each individual child, carrying out engaging, diverse and stimulating activities. These enable us to observe, and provide tailored learning for your child on a daily basis.
From these observations we are able to identify next steps for learning, whether any extra support or help is needed. A child’s individual needs are reviewed between staff/parents and all concerned, a decision will be made about what to do to offer the support needed. We also work alongside any outside agencies that may need to be involved to meet the needs of that child or provide with support. An action plan would then be put into place, which would indicate the type of support needed for the child and how the setting will provide it; offering one-to-one support, small group times etc.
If extra support is needed, discussions will take place to find a way to offer the this. We liaise and work alongside the child and parent/carers with other agencies e.g. Speech and Language, Health Visitors, EMAS, For example. If we need any other information, we contact one of the agencies who will provide us with the information we need or on how to find out more.
If you, as a parent/carer, feel your child may require additional support, you can always share this with us in Bunny Tales, we can help you with any information you may require, advice, or direct you to someone that can help you.