Mountlands is a 20 place children's day nursery located in Vicarage Road, Gloucester. Our nursery is set in an Edwardian house using three rooms for the children's play and includes a large wellequipped garden with wooden castle and play-house. It is open for 50 weeks of the year and we are registered to take children from 1 year up to 8 years therefore providing care during school holidays (See separate record).
Child minding service based in Yeovil, Somerset. OFSTED Registered and qualified with level 3 diploma in Children and Young People’s Workforce. Living in Abbey Manor, Yeovil I will drop children offand pick up from Preston Primary & Abbey Preschool (a short walk) and have space available for full time childcare.
Childminder, BA (Hons) Humanities, Cert Early Years Practice Level 4, NVQ 3 Early Years Care & Education, Serving Axminster, Colyton, Kilmington and Seaton & area Since 1996. 4 months to 13 years,throughout the year. 7am- 7pm. School and preschool and holiday wrap around care available. Fees are £3.80 an hour. Early Years Funding, free nursery places for 3 and 4 year olds and for some 2 year olds through Devon County Council’s 2gether scheme available. Childcare vouchers accepted.
Busy Otters is a committee run group that was first registered in 1987. In 2011 we moved to a new purpose built building attached to Ottery St Mary Primary School. Busy Otters is a vibrant, fun andnurturing pre-school at the very heart of the Ottery St Mary Community. With an excellent prime position next to the popular primary school and brand new facilities, we warmly welcome children from 2 1/2 to 5 years.
Looking for the right childcare can be a scary time for all, I understand that it can be a difficult decision for parents to go out to work leaving the most precious things in their lives. I can helptake some of that pressure off by giving you a warm, freindly, happy place for your children to attend.
In 1995, directors Joy and David Scadden, launched Sunny Days Nurseries with a simple vision: to provide the best quality childcare for children in Dorset. Twenty years on, and with their own childrenpursuing their adult lives, they have created a family of high-quality nurseries across Dorchester, Weymouth, and Bridport.
Next Steps is sited in 240 acres of beautiful countryside within the boundaries of the Showground. Our Award Winning Day Nursery offers superb age appropriate facilities in a safe and caringenvironment. We pride ourselves on our holistic approach to childcare, offering Forest School, Yoga, Singing, Music & Dance, Gardening and Cooking sessions weekly. Our recent (2015) Ofsted inspection rated our "Contribution of the Early Years Provision to the well being of the children" as Outstanding.
Broadstone Christian Nursery was established in January 1991 by Mrs Gwladys Vaughan an ex Headteacher of a local First School who took early retirement as she believed young children needed a breadthof experiences and skills to help them through life. Her aim was that children could enjoy and have fun whilst learning and develop self confidence. Her daughter Penny joined her and continues to carry out her mother's passion and vision for the nursery.
Noah's Ark Day Nurseries Ltd was formed in February 2005. Noah's Ark started with one nursery in Herefordshire. Later on in 2005, Noah's Ark won the contract to operate the nursery at Innsworth,Gloucester on behalf of the MoD, the camp for which is HQ ARRC's Imjin Barracks.
St. Gregory's Child Care Trust is located in a purpose built premises within the Catholic School of St. Gregory the Great, in the centre of Cheltenham. It is open all year round and welcomes childrenfrom the age of 2 up to the age of 11 in its Nursery, Pre School, Breakfast Club, After School Club and Holiday Club. The Nursery and Pre School caters for children between the ages of 2 and 4. The Breakfast and After School Club provides child care for the School's working parents.
Brixington Pre-School was established in 1973 and we currently run five morning sessions and one afternoon sessions a week during term-time, for a maximum of 26 children per session aged 2-5 years. Wecurrently run a lunch club after each morning session. The group is a registered charity run under the direct management of the Pre-School Learning Alliance. We comply with the provisions of the Children's Act 1989 and are regularly monitored by Ofsted.
We are a small independent charity-run nursery, which is registered for 29 children (9 under twos and 20 over twos). We are situated in Hillside Children's Centre and we have been open since in 2005.We provide sessional care for pre-school age and full day-care to meet you and your child's individual needs. The nursery is also split into two main rooms although integration is very important to us and we often bring all the children together.
Abacus is a privately owned Day Nursery. We opened in September 2001 and moved to our current location in September 2004. The Nursery is registered with Ofsted. At our last Ofsted inspection we wereawarded 'Good' in all areas but continuously strive for 'outstanding'. We hope this website has been useful to you in your search for quality childcare. The best way to decide if Abacus Nursery is right for you and your family is to pop in and see us for a 'show around'.
We are a 71 place Forest School Nursery that offers childcare from 6 months to 5 years. Forest School is a key approach to learning which underpins the Free Rangers ethos and is incorporated into ourdaily planning. At Free Rangers we believe that a child's happiness is the foundation upon which learning is built. Our highly qualified staff nurture every child's self-esteem and self-confidence to ensure they embrace the opportunities on offer at Free Rangers.
At Circus Day Nursery we nurture, motivate and nourish children between the ages of three months to five years 51 weeks of the year. Our established team of qualified and experienced staff treat allchildren as individual performers who are encouraged to reach their full potential in a supportive, safe, friendly and stimulating atmosphere. Why not contact us now to schedule a tour?
Having three children of my own, I understand that choosing the right childcare is one of the most important decisions ever made by a parent. At Poppies we pride ourselves in having a friendlyinviting atmosphere created by welcoming and caring relationships between nursery staff, parents and children. We are always on the look out for new talent if you are interested in joining the Poppies team please email your CV to email@example.com, we would be delighted to hear from you.
First Steps Childcare Agency provides a high quality service to help you and your family find the most suitable childcare to meet your individual needs. Offering Nannies, Maternity nurses, Mothershelp and Babysitters. We pride ourselves on personal attention and customer care. We make a promise to individually meet and interview all prospective nannies and babysitters and take the time to get to know each family and their needs.
Our self contained, purpose built playschool is well resourced with an excellent outdoor play area which allows the children space to learn and grow. We have an enthusiastic team of staff of varyingages who provide a well rounded experience bringing their different knowledge and interest to playschool. The staff work alongside an active and dedicated parent committee who aim to provide a happy, stimulating and nurturing environment in which children can be gently prepared for full-time schooling.
We are a family run, home-from-home childcare centre based in Newquay, Cornwall. We place a great deal of emphasis on outdoor play and activities, taking regular trips to the beach, play parks, zoo,aquarium and other local amenities. We provide childcare that teaches children about their local environment, encouraging them to explore, enjoy and gain from it.
The Brentry & Henbury Children's Centre (BHCC) was originally set up in the grounds of Brentry Primary School as a Neighbourhood Nursery by the Charity that bears the same name in 2004 with fundingfrom the National Lottery. Members of a local Playgroup and the local community commissioned research into the need for childcare and family support within the locality (Kimberlee, 2003) to gain the funding needed.