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Our team and parents relations
The educational teams at people&baby centres are made up of experts in Early Childhood Development. They are constantly improving their professional practices through continuing education.
A multidisciplinary educational team
Thanks to the fact that we employ more staff per child than provided for by current standards, which stipulate there should be one adult for five non-walking children and one adult for eight walking children, people&baby centres are able to provide personalised attention.
Led by a director, our educational teams are multidisciplinary. They are made up of paediatric nurses, early childhood education specialists, childhood helpers and representatives, as well as nurses, psychologists, doctors, and psychomotor therapists.
Our professionals all hold degrees in early childhood development and/or a state certification. The level of professionalism in our centres is higher than what is required by the decree of 7 June 2010, which establishes that 40% of staff must hold degrees in Early Childhood Development.
To improve our staff’s professional practices, we require that teams at people&baby centres attend a continuing education programme, which includes more than 300 pedagogy workshops. All staff in all our centres receive training on food hygiene, cleaning products, fire evacuation and confinement, emergency first aid, behaviour and handling children, and more. Childcare centre management teams receive monthly training on management, communications, and more.
Together, these skills allow people&baby centres to meet the specific needs of your child, assist them in their development, and ensure their safety in an environment designed for learning.
An educational partnership with parents
Our team of educators are in partnership with you, the parents. Beyond caring for and educating your children, our aim is to create a real connection with parents so we can be complementary forces in their education. We do that by encouraging discussion and sharing our experiences.
In addition to other communication methods, we send a weekly report with your child’s activities, team observations, and questions.