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Manager shouting at staff
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typhootea · 06/06/2017 13:17

I went to drop off my DD who's 4 this morning and after I arrived in the room and was about to hand over, the manager came in and shouted at the 2 members of staff. She didn't give them a chance to reply and then stormed off in a huff.

The staff members became upset and there were about 6 other children as well as DD in the room. My DD was a bit shook but the staff members tried to compose themselves and then took DD and tried to behave normally.

Do you think this Is a safeguarding issue I should take up with the owner?

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FineAsWeAre · 06/06/2017 14:32

Yes absolutely. Children should not be witnessing that, I would put in a formal complaint. I used to work at a nursery like that except it was the owner who shouted at staff and it was awful in terms of staff morale and motivation.

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typhootea · 06/06/2017 18:42

Does it come under safeguarding?

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jelliebelly · 06/06/2017 18:48

Not sure what it comes under but I wouldn't be happy / the staff should be role models

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DrinkFeckArseGirls · 06/06/2017 18:49

Contact the head office

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TiggyMP · 06/06/2017 19:23

I think it comes under not being a shit manager.

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jumpingjellybeann · 07/06/2017 19:45

I would definitely bring it up ..

I worked in a nursery where a member of staff continually shouted at me ( I was training and she thought he she was better than everyone else) I would go home every day and cry because how she treated me and how she was!

I am now in another nursery, fully trained and love it!

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Starlighter · 07/06/2017 20:54

She should not be shouting in front of the children, disgusting! Definitely make a complaint.

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