Parents in Bradford have expressed their satisfaction with Kids Planet Hall Lane and Kids Planet Tong, as both nurseries have been ranked among the Top 20 nurseries in Yorkshire and The Humber. The accolade was bestowed upon these establishments by www.daynurseries.co.uk, a prominent day nurseries reviews website. The ranking was based on comprehensive evaluations provided by families and caregivers of children attending the nurseries.

The assessment encompassed various criteria, including overall standards, facilities and outdoor spaces, learning opportunities, resources and equipment, information and communication technology (ICT), care provisions, activities, staff, food and nutrition, management, cleanliness, safeguarding, as well as value for money. Out of 1,099 early years settings in Yorkshire and The Humber, Kids Planet Hall Lane and Kids Planet Tong stood out as exemplary establishments.

Melissa Jarman, the Nursery Manager at Kids Planet Hall Lane, expressed her immense pride at the nursery’s achievement, stating, “We are unbelievably proud of being recognised as a top 20 nursery within our region! We are grateful to all our parents who continue to support us and help us thrive to be better every day. It’s an amazing achievement and it motivates us to continue to be the best that we can.”

Echoing this sentiment, Sarah Taylor, the Nursery Manager at Kids Planet Tong, conveyed her joy at the recognition, saying, “We are extremely proud to have achieved this recognition from Day Nurseries. The feedback and testimonials provided by our parents have been wonderful to hear, and I am grateful to every family for taking the time to share their wonderful experiences. The whole team here at Tong is passionate about making a difference for every child we look after, and we strive to provide the best opportunities, experiences, and care, each and every day.”

Amanda Hopkins, the reviews manager of daynurseries.co.uk, extended her congratulations to Kids Planet Hall Lane and Tong, emphasising the significance of being rated as a top nursery in Yorkshire and The Humber by parents. She remarked, “Being chosen as one of the best nurseries in the UK by families and carers of children that attend the setting is a huge achievement. Our award is recognition from parents and carers that this nursery is offering their children a high standard of care and a stimulating environment, which will hopefully help create strong self-esteem and a lifelong love of learning. We hope these awards give parents that much-needed guidance in choosing the right nursery for their child.”

To view the complete list of regional and national winners, interested individuals can visit http://www.daynurseries.co.uk/awards/.

It is worth noting that the United Kingdom boasts over 14,000 nurseries, employing over 400,000 individuals within the childcare sector. Approximately one million children in the UK attend nurseries, highlighting the crucial role these institutions play in early childhood development and care.