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Kerry Hunter, a lead practitioner at Bright Horizons Treehouse Early Care and Education Centre in Aberdeen, has been shortlisted for the Nursery Nurse/Childcare Worker of the Year Award, as part of the 2017 Scottish NMT (Nursery Management Today) Awards.
The annual Scottish NMT Awards, in its fourth year, recognises and rewards the very best people and teams across the nursery sector in Scotland.
The Nursery Nurse Award recognises the outstanding childcare provided by a Nursery Nurse/Childcare Practitioner including aspects of warmth, equality, responsibility, safety, fairness and being supportive in all relationships involving the children, parents and organisation.
In her nomination, Kerry has been recognised for her kind, compassionate and caring manner which enables her to build strong relationships with the nursery families who attend. She is also commended for her motivational skills to support her colleagues and commitment to safety.
The 2017 Scottish NMT World Awards ceremony will take place on Friday 1st September at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow.
“I am extremely honoured to receive the recognition of not only being nominated for an NMT award but to be shortlisted,” Hunter said. “I am delighted and appreciate the opportunity to represent my Nursery at Treehouse Bright Horizons.”
Nicola Amies, Director of Early Years at Bright Horizons, “We are thrilled that Kerry has been shortlisted for this award. This nomination is thoroughly deserved due to her passionate commitment to ensuring every child has the very best care and learning experience at Bright Horizons. We are honoured to have her as part of our team.”