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ABOUT THE JEELY NURSERY


Here at the Jeely Piece Club Nursery our staff provide a really valuable and much needed service for children & families within Castlemilk and the surrounding areas.

From our core Nursery service provision for 0-3yrs in Castlemilk Drive to our outreach team who provide morning, afternoon and full day drop-in services at various venues in the community.

Our Nursery is unique in that it takes a holistic approach to pre-5 care which encompasses the whole family - we support not only the child to develop and grow but our parents & carers too. 

We ensure that each and every child and parent/carer has a special person, called their 'Key Worker' whilst at the Nursery.  The Key Worker is there to support the child as they grow and develop, as well as supporting parents in their needs.

If required, which can often be the case, our services can extend to include the wider network of agencies who provide support to families.

The child's learning & development is at the heart of what we do, and you can find out more about our approach by visiting our Learning and Developing through Play page.

 


Jeely Nursery receives top marks from the Care Commission

The Care Inspectorate (formerly the Care Commission) is responsible for making sure that care service providers meet the Scottish Governments National Care Standards & work to improve the quality of care.

We are registered and inspected by the Care Inspectorate and their inspection reports can be found on their website at www.careinspectorate.com

Simply click on the tab for Inspection Reports and search for our service using the care service list link by entering the text 'Jeely Piece Nursery' in the Service Name box and hit the submit button.  Our latest inspection report is also available on the notice board in the Cloakroom for our current Jeely parents to access.

Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC)

The Scottish Social Services Council is "responsible for registering people who work in social services and regulating their education and training." 

You can find out more about the SSSC here.  All of our nursery staff are required to be on the SSSC register and we fully co-operate in participating in the latest developments brought about by SSSC.  


Our Opening Hours & Contact Details

 Nursery Sessions

  • Morning: 9.15am – 11.45am
  • Afternoon: 1pm – 3.30pm

Extended hours can be arranged to meet the needs of individual families where required.

 

 

 

 

 

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