The awards, voted by parents across the town, saw the team at Little Learners Day Nursery take the covet title of Favourite Day Nursery.
Natalie Firth, nursery manager said: “We were thrilled to win this award for the second time. Our team works so hard to provide the best possible provision for the children and families who use our service.
“We feel very proud that so many parents voted for us.”
The Nursery was founded in 2001 and operates as a private, voluntary and independent day care facility within the grounds of Doncaster Deaf Trust. The Nursery has a large practitioner base, managed by a team of Senior Management Practitioners and overseen by an Executive Principal and Board of Governors and Trustees.
Alexis Johnson, our executive principal, said: “This is fantastic news for our nursery team who all work so hard to deliver such a quality service. We know that our nursery offers outstanding provision but it is wonderful to see this recognised by external organisations and it is particularly important because it is an award that is voted for by parents who use the nursery.
“Our dedicated nursery team provide a fun, vibrant, learning environment for the children and are always looks for ways to develop the service.”
Caroline Brooks, from Doncaster Mumbler, said: “Our awards were held online this year because of Covid-19 and we are extremely grateful to everyone who nominated, voted and took part in this event.
“I’m so pleased that the Mumbler awards can recognise childcare professionals in our town. Little Learners should be so proud of winning this category.
“We received around 1500 votes in each of the 10 categories so the competition was tough. To have so many of their customers vote for them shows what a great job they do.”