Skills for the Job: Improving a struggling nursery

Louise Cooper
Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Running a nursery is not easy, so when problems arise such as an unseasonal fall in occupancy, prompt action to tackle them is vital.

Talk to staff and parents to find out their views if an issue arises. Picture: LEYF
Talk to staff and parents to find out their views if an issue arises. Picture: LEYF

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