Management round table: should parents have the say on sleep?
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Manager's dilemma: Our parents have very firm ideas about the amount of sleep they want their children to have at nursery, often because they do not want to be kept up all night by wakeful children who have slept during the day. We've heard of nurseries which have been downgraded by Ofsted for not putting the child's needs before the wishes of the parents, and we are finding it very difficult to strike a balance.
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