At Villa Kindergarten all of our staff are enthusiastic and sensitive to the needs of the children in our care and since the staff at Villa Kindergarten Early Learning and Childcare Centre are qualified, you can rest assured that your child will receive plenty of individual attention in order to fulfil their individual potential.
Guidelines laid down by national and local government are strictly adhered to at all times and this diligence was rewarded when Villa Kindergarten Early Learning and Childcare Centre was awarded a Quality Assurance Certificate, after an inspection by the very eminent Dr J Eric Wilkinson Bask M Ed PhD C Psychol, a child care expert from the Department of Education at Glasgow University.
The Head of Centre Jennifer has worked in Villa since 1995 and attended Glasgow University gaining a BA in Childhood Practice.
The Depute Head of Centre Laura has worked in Villa since 2014 and is currently attending her third year at College to gain a Degree in Childhood Practice. Laura works in the Sunshine Playroom caring for children aged 3-5 years.
Angela, our qualified nursery practitioner has worked in Villa since 1993. Angela works in the Sunshine Playroom caring for children aged 3-5 years.
Kirsteen joined Villa in 2018 and works alongside Laura and Angela in the Sunshine Room caring for children aged 3-5 years.
Sharon, our qualified nursery practitioner has worked at Villa since 2014. Sharon works with the babies and toddlers aged 0-3 years.
Georgia, our qualified nursery practitioner has worked at Villa since 2019. Georgia works with the babies and toddlers aged 0-3 years.
Caitlin, our qualified nursery practitioner has worked at Villa since 2021. Caitlin works with the children 2-5 years.
Hollie joined the team in 2022 and is currently doing her apprenticeship to become a nursery practitioner. Hollie is due to qualify in August 2023.
We are currently looking for our next apprentice. Please contact us for more information or email your CV to email@example.com
Staff work very well as a team and support each other. The fact that we have a low staff turn over is of great benefit to children, parents and staff in ensuring continuity of care.
Staff understand the importance of Continuous Professional Development and attend regular training to ensure skills and knowledge is kept up to date and children are given the best possible care and support at all times.