Hunnypot Corner’s Vision Statement

 

 

“Hunnypot Corner, a safe, nurturing learning environment where potential is realised and invested in and differences are celebrated”

 

 

Hunnypot Corner Day Nursery aims to be one of the leading childcare providers in Havering, to help achieve our vision we will ensure all children and families have the right to:

 

  • Feel valued as an individual

  • Be happy, healthy, enthusiastic and confident with high self-esteem and self-worth

  • Be independent, curious, creative and resilient learners

  • Be courageous and take risks, challenging themselves and each other

  • Know they have a voice, feel heard and that they can make a difference

  • Be able to identify and communicate their own needs and feelings

  • Be empowered to meet their own needs

  • Respect themselves, each other, their communities and environment

  • Feel safe and secure and have a sense of belonging

  • Establish effective and supportive relationships and be able to work collaboratively

  • Be lifelong learners with a love of learning

  • Have high aspirations, build on their previous best and excel in what ever they choose to do

 

To enable this we will provide:

  • Seamless education, support and care provision which puts children and families at the heart

  • A stimulating, safe, secure and welcoming environment, inside and outdoors

  • Appropriate, responsive, differentiated, open ended and challenging learning opportunities

  • Experiences that value, reflect, celebrate and build on our diverse community

  • Effective working partnerships to ensure the needs of all are represented and heard

  • Respectful, trusting and effective relationships which display emotional warmth

  • Supportive induction procedures and routines

  • Effective systems of communication

  • A highly skilled, motivated and committed staff team

 

We will demonstrate our commitment to this by:

 

  • Maintaining professional integrity, high standards and being effective role models

  • Being inspirational leaders and learners – ready to support and challenge others in their learning

  • Valuing and respecting all, celebrating individuality and diversity

  • Listening, reflecting and continuously improving on our previous best

  • Working within all agreed policies, procedures and working practices

  • Promoting healthy lifestyles

  • Ensuring all staff have access to high quality on-going professional development opportunities

  • Challenging discrimination and stereotyping, breaking down barriers to inclusion

  • Ensuring all systems of communication are open and transparent

  • Making the best of all the resources we have available to us

  • Sharing and learning from best practice, locally and nationally.