I have lived in Bridge of Weir for the past 22 years in a quiet location behind the primary school. I have a spacious home and garden for the children to play in, and a dedicated playroom and quietroom for the children. Early 2011 after retiring my husband Gordon became a partner and registered with the SCSWIS.
Hi there my name is Paul. I am a family man with three beautiful children and nineteen years experience working in social care, and this is a brief explanation of why I became a registeredchildminder. I have worked in a variety of care settings over the years (such as Yorkhill Hospital in the short stay ward where I worked for two years), and still work in social care just now. I am a patient and caring individual and I get a lot out of caring for and supporting those I am responsible for.
Our nursery follows the national guidance of Pre-birth to Three for our younger children, which promotes the principals of Rights of the Child, Responsive care, Relationships and Respect. Our 3-5curriculum meets local and national guidance through Curriculum for Excellence. This is the curriculum followed by the vast majority of Scottish pre-schools, primary schools and secondary schools.
Abbey Nursery, established in 1997, is a custom built facility offering high quality education and day care. Our aim is to ensure that a safe, high quality provision is offered to children aged 6weeks to 5 years. Staff have been involved in designing and planning our purpose built facility to maximise your child's potential for learning in a happy, stimulating, safe and secure environment. We believe that we can best meet the needs of individual children by working closely with parents and carers.
Childcare First are providers of quality nursery care in the Paisley area. We have two purpose built facilities and we are dedicated to providing a quality service for all children and familiesattending the nurseries. Hillview and Rainbow nursery both have superb outdoor facilities. Health and wellbeing is paramount within the service we provide for Renfrewshire's children and families.
Orchardgrove Nursery is situated in the centre of Paisley on Orchard Street - just off Causeyside Street. We occupy a substantial two storey custom renovated building with garden grounds to the sideand rear which are fully enclosed. We offer childcare places for up to 77 children from birth to school age. We are regulated and inspected by the Care Inspectorate.
Happitots offers a wide range of activities and opportunities and encourages children to participate in these free experiences to build their confidence and develop their skills. By offering these, wehope to ensure our children are well prepared for any challenges they encounter.
As a mum of three I understand the importance of finding good quality childcare and with this in mind I am striving to take some of the hassles and concerns out of choosing a nursery by providing aservice which is very much child and family orientated. As well as being a mum I am a Qualified Childcare / Lead Practitioner, holding a Degree in Early Childhood Practice, HNC in Childcare and Education, SVQ Level 4 Management Qualification and Montessori Teaching Diploma.
I have over 7 years experience looking after children from 0-5 years old. I firmly believe that every child is an individual and should be developed and nurtured at his/her own pace. I provide acaring home from home environment where your child will be stimulated and encouraged. Activities are designed to suit age and development stage and will include sing-a-longs, messy play, baking, arts & crafts, outdoor play, role play and weather permitting trips.
Duchal Nursery School has provided an excellent pre school education to the children of Kilmacolm and the surrounding area for over 45 years. We provide 26 places for children aged 3-5 with anexcellent staff/pupil ratio. We pride ourselves in the high quality of teaching staff, which includes qualified BEd teachers. A private nursery run in conjunction with the parent commitee, Duchal provides excellent pre-school education, preparing youngsters for the next step into primary school.