Unit 17, Penley Industrial Estate
Penley, Wrexham, LL13 0LQ
Tel : 01948 830003
Mother Goose Nursery

Staff at Mother Goose Nursery

The Staff at Mother Goose NurseryThe nursery have a team of 16 staff and the Manager is Michelle Jones with Tracey Owen as the Deputy Manager.

Our experienced and friendly staff have been praised for their enthusiasm and dedication. All the staff members are qualified in early year's education childcare (NVQ) level 3 and 4. They are keen to proceed with their qualifications to the next level to keep the standards in the nursery at the highest level.

Here are the groups, ages and key workers.

Birth to 12 months: Sarah Lewis / Amy Whitefoot
Toddler A: Tracey Owen / Leigh-Anne Walsh / Christine Blake
Toddler B: Julie Davies / Carol Austin /Lorraine Ashworth
Pre-School: Vicki Hill / Bev Scott / Lisa Knopp

Each group has a key worker, and each child will have a person they can build a relationship with. That key worker is responsible for the care of the children within their group. They have to make sure that the children are cared for and are thriving to develop to the best of their abilities.

Jeanette Workman, the cook at Mother Goose NurseryThe nursery also aims to provide a happy and comfortable working environment for its staff and to encourage learning and further training.
The nursery's cook is Jeanette Workman she provides a balanced and nutritious home cooked lunch for the children and works off a three week menu which is available to view.

Your child is being cared for during their most formative years. Mother Goose caters for children from birth to 8 years old. We can look after children who may require additional support, due to special needs. However additional advice from other agencies may be required (refer to our S.E.N. policy) In order to maintain the highest standards in the nursery, it is important that parents read the Policies and Procedures and adhere to them.


Children are invited to enjoy a Taster Day before enrolling. When a child is accepted by the nursery, arrangements will be made for a further visit so that the child can familiarise themselves further with their surroundings. The nursery staff will work in partnership with parents to settle the child into their new environment.

During the first few weeks, parents can stay with the child for sufficient time so that the child feels settled and the parents feel comfortable about leaving them. For the first few sessions, parents may collect the child whenever they wish. No child will be taken on an outing from the nursery until they are completely settled.