My name is called Natalie Crossley, I am a registered practitioner, married and have a son who’s just started the secondary years. I started my journey of childcare by volunteering at Wembley primary children’s centre where I looked after babies and toddlers while their mum were studying English and maths next door. I really enjoy looking after kids so I decided to do a Homebase childcare course then followed up by doing my Level 3 diploma for children and young people workforce. Aiming to do my foundation degree. I am currently studying SENCO training course which will finish in March 2021. I have a paediatric first Aid qualification and food safety certificate. I am a member of Pacey, with a good grade first time with Ofsted from 2010. graded good again in January 2016. Brent council children and families have accredited me to care for NEG 2, 3 & 4 year olds free government funding. Also the new 30 hours for 3 year olds which started from September 2017 for working parents.
I take my chosen occupation very seriously and try to take any steps which I feel will increase my effectiveness as a Registered practitioner and improve the service I provide. Therefore, I am always keen to update and refresh my knowledge through relevant training courses.
The children are happy, safe and always learning something new. I have lovely parents that are happy to share their children developments at home.