Our links with local business networking in Worthing and national charities means we’re always well informed about the latest developments – both in childcare and the world of business
The National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) is the national charity representing children’s day nurseries across the UK. The charity provides its members with information, training and support so they can give the best possible care to young children. This helps to promote quality in early years care and education for the benefit of children, their families and the local community.
Worthing Business Circle is a group of up to 40 local businesses, working collaboratively to forge strong relationships, build trust and benefit the community in which they live and work. “We have created a network of trusted business contacts that we can recommend with confidence.”
If you own or work for a business in the Worthing area you are welcome to check our website to see if your category of business/trade is vacant. We only accept one member per category.
We are very proud to have been awarded OUTSTANDING status at our last Ofsted Inspection on 8th April 2015. Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
There are 4 levels of gradings – Inadequate / Requires Improvement / Good / Outstanding
Only about 9% of inspections across the country result in an ’OUTSTANDING’ grade.
The National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme was introduced across Adur and Worthing on 4th April 2011. This national scheme, developed by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) in partnership with local authorities, provides information on food hygiene standards to help people to choose where to eat out, get food in or shop for food.
The owners of food businesses will be issued with a certificate and sticker for them to display to the public in their food premises. Display of the rating is currently voluntary. Ratings are based on what was found on the day of inspection by our Environmental Health Officers.
The hygiene standards found at these inspections are rated on a scale ranging from zero at the bottom (which means 'urgent improvement necessary') to a top rating of five ('very good').
We are proud to have received the top at all recent inspections.
Worthing and Adur Chamber is recognised as the business heartbeat of our community, and as such represents a strong voice in the local business community. Membership is diverse, ranging from sole traders to medium and large organisations. This allows members to benefit from sharing information, knowledge and business opportunities with companies of all different sizes, sectors and industries, it is a vibrant and fast growing group that aims to support local businesses and encourages them to work together for the mutual success of all members.
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