Competitiveness in Early Years

It isn’t the winning that’s important Or is it? Over the last few years, there has been a lot of discussion in the media around competition and competitiveness, especially in schools. Some have gone as far as recommending that all schools sports should be non-competitive. This week’s feature article on the Croner-i Early years Toolkit…

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You were all by far and away the most professional, pro-active, helpful and friendly company that we dealt with

“As I said on the phone this morning your company has won our business it was not just given – we were considering other providers including our existing insurer, however, you were all by far and away the most professional,         pro-active, helpful and friendly company that we dealt with. We now feel confident that we…

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Case Study – free no obligation audit service by dot2dot

As someone who used an alternate insurer for the last seven years, I always had faith that their policy would cover me if the worst happened. After meeting Jackie at the NMT Nursery Agenda, she asked if she could simply look at my policies. I couldn’t have been more shocked when she revealed that my…

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Is it necessary to carry out a risk assessment in respect of a child who attends nursery with a medical condition?

Children with medical conditions generally have individual needs that must be identified and addressed ahead of them attending a nursery setting. A risk assessment is an ideal tool to understand the child’s requirements which will help you maintain a safe environment for that child. The document will also require you to seek guidance from all…

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Childcare loans could get parents back to work, says BCC #earlyyears

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) suggests childcare loans could be the answer to getting people back to work after having children. In Business Manifesto 2014/15: A Business Plan for Britain the BCC says the UK is at “ a fork in the road” where, over the next five years, the choice is either a…

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Our Customer Satisfaction Survey Results are Great! 97% Very Satisfied! Thanks! #earlyyears #insurance

Customer Satisfaction Survey Each year we distribute a customer satisfaction survey with our annual wall-planner. I was delighted with both the number of responses received and the feedback provided and wanted to share the results with you. Overall Satisfaction 97% of the respondents were very satisfied with the service we provide and 94% are very…

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Why Montessori chose dot2dot

Gym membership and Insurance aren’t purchases that fit comfortably into the pleasure principle but are more often described as ‘grudge buys’ that promise peace of mind or, if you’re lucky, a return sometime in the future. Catherine Tubbs answers a question we’re often asked about the Charity’s choice of dot2dot as its own insurer and…

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