Dalgety Bay Playgroup has been part of the community since 1968. We aim to provide a happy environment in which pre-school children aged from 2 and 6 months can play and learn together with materialsand equipment suitable for their needs. We believe in learning through play and every effort is made to encourage each child to enjoy and understand the world around them. As well as sharing stories, rhymes and songs, we talk a lot with the children to stimulate their language development.
I am a childminder in the Dunfermline area of Fife, Scotland, having had this role since 2007. I am also in the lucky position to be able to say that I ADORE my job! I love kids, and my naturalenthusiasm shines through in whatever I do with them. I cater for children from 6 weeks old up to the end of Primary 2, and am bound by the details of my Registration Certificate awarded by The Care Inspectorate in 2007.
The Playgroup is your child's first steps in early education. The same 3-5 year old curriculum is followed as in Nursery. Profiles are kept for each child and their development recorded. These areavailable for parents to read at any time and meetings are held with staff to discuss your child's development.
The Building Blocks difference is our commitment to your child's future, with our experienced and committed staff and innovative programmes we provide your child with an unsurpassed learningexperience. Your child will discover that learning is fun, while making new friends and building strong relationships with practitioners who work in partnership with you in your child's education. In Building Blocks we will provide the building blocks to enable your child to learn and grow.
The organisation developed in response to an identified need for affordable, flexible childcare in North Edinburgh that would enable local parents and carers to access increased opportunities forwork, training or education. A group of local women campaigned over a number of years for the creation of a custom built (state of the art) childcare facility. In the Spring of 1997, the dream became a reality.
Little Smarties is a small, family run childcare business in Dunfermline, providing a full range of services for children aged from 6 weeks to 12 years. Our facilities are welcoming and homely andparents can leave their children in our care, safe in the knowledge that they will be well cared for by fully qualified staff. We believe each child is an individual and our activities are tailored to their specific needs to ensure all-round development.
I offer a home-from-home childminding service for children aged 3 months to 5 years from my happy home in Clermiston. Children in my care can expect a warm welcome, a friendly atmosphere and astimulating, fun and rewarding time with varied activities to fuel their imaginations. Parents can expect a professional, diligent and courteous childminder with all the relevant policies in place. Many thanks for visiting my site, if you have any questions at all please feel free to contact me.
T&C's Childcare services is a childminding service that is located at 8 Glen more Gardens, chapel village, Kirkcaldy, Fife, between the hours of 8am - 6pm Monday-Friday. The registered childminder isTheresa Gilfillan and her assistant is Cheryl freeman. Both are fully qualified and have up to date training certificates. The school we are currently covering for school/nursery drop offs and pick ups is Torbain primary and nursery. However this could change in the future depending the kids we have.
At all Little Einsteins Nurseries we aim to provide a safe, warm, loving and caring environment where your child can progress steadily through the various stages of development in their earlyformative years. Our staff are all qualified, highly professional and experienced individuals who share in the values of our organisation. Parents views are also highly valued to ensure staff, children and their carers can provide the safest, most encouraging environment possible.
Peek-a-Boo Nurseries have been developed to ensure that the children are at the centre of the nurseries. We adopt an 'open door' policy with our parents/carers to help them and their children get asmuch out of their time with us as possible. The learning environments are stimulating and challenging and reflect children's interests and experiences.