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Looking For A Quality Nursery For Your Child

16th Nov 2017

When it comes to finding a high-quality nursery for your child, you want to leave no stone unturned, and you should also start the search as early as you can. You will need to find a nursery that not only has excellent facilities but also one that you feel happy in entrusting your child to for them to care for your child. Going to daycare for the first time is a massive moment in not only the child’s life but also that of the parents, so you will want to make sure you choose the best facility possible.

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If you use the internet and search for nursery or child care in Melbourne, or where ever you are located in Australia, you will see that there will be an assortment of facilities within your local area. You will need to decide what you are looking for in a nursery and then start to look at their websites and you could create a spreadsheet and store all of the essential details of each one such as the fees and also the opening and closing hours, curriculum details. You will need to make yourself a shortlist of around five potential child care facilities that you will contact and maybe pay a visit.

Make Yourself A Checklist

Before you start to contact each of the facilities, you will want to create a checklist first of everything that you need to ask and find out. When you have a list of information that you need to find out you will be able to ask the same questions to each facility and judge their answers accordingly. You can create your checklist and take it with you to each visit and use a clipboard, so you can check things off the list when you visit each facility in turn.

Visit Each School

When you have your shortlist of potential child care facilities you can then arrange to visit each one and discuss your child’s potential attendance. You will want to tour each of the facilities and it is good to be able to observe children in lessons, as well as at play. Ask all of the questions that are on your list and make notes of the answers for reference later on when it comes to making a decision.

Trust Your Instincts

When you have visited each of the facilities that are on your list, you will then need to sit down and digest all of the information about each of them. Do not rush into making a decision and choose the facility that makes you happiest and the most comfortable. You can often have a gut instinct when you visit somewhere that your child will love being there and will thrive in their new environment. Listen to your instincts and choose the facility that feels right for you and your child.

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