The Dry Arch Children's Centres and Sure Start works in partnership with organisations that are not only within the Limavady Borough Council Area but also further afield within Northern Ireland. Weaim to provide a 'One Stop Shop' for all our families and if direct help cannot be given from within our service then we will signpost all families to the appropriate organisations.
Omagh Early Years Centre is a registered day care, after school and summer scheme facility with a current capacity of 105 children per day. We are an inclusive setting that promotes independence andequality for children, aiming to meet the varied and continuously changing needs of children in the community. We offer quality, affordable, flexible childcare which provide the children with opportunities to play in a home from home environment where they can relax and be safe.
Welcome, my name is Sam, I am a recently registered childminder with NHSCT and fully insured with NICMA - the childminding association. I have always wanted to work with children ever since I wasyoung. I grew up in a family home were my mum was a childminder and also both parents were foster carers so the house was always filled with children and I believe this played a big part in my carer with children.
Kiddiwinkles have six facilities in the Mid ulster area, 5 Childcare Centres and 1 DENI Registered Playgroup. We care for children from 6 wks old to 12 years old. Our childcare centres are unique weaim to inspire positive early childhood experiences through excellent care and education in a safe, fun-filled natural environment. Our ethos focuses on respect for the children within our care, families or guardians, staff and the community.
Gort Kids is a cross community after schools club catering for the needs of 4-12 year olds and their families in the Cookstown area. We welcome all children in this age group into our club and aim tomaintain an environment which makes all members feel accepted and supported. Here at Gort Kids we offer an out-of-school activity centre for children with the aim to provide high quality, affordable childcare places with a range of stimulating, ineteresting and enjoyable activities.
Ciara Loughran (NICMA) Northern Ireland Childminder of the Year. Ciara was chosen from six finalists after being whittled down from almost 100 entrants. The judges of the awards; Director of theNorthern Ireland Childminding Association (NICMA), Bridget Nodder, and broadcaster and 'young mum' Tina Campbell, chose Ciara as the childminder who best represented all that is good about registered childminding in Northern Ireland.
Rainbow Community Childcare was first established as Rainbow Playgroup in 1981 by a group of local mothers who saw the need for such a service in the Eglish area. Over the years, Rainbow has grownfrom strength to strength becoming Rainbow Community Childcare in 2011. This saw an expansion of the services provided and a move to bigger and newly renovated premises at 2 Stiloga Road, Eglish.
My name is Mrs Valentina Stefanova. I live in Northern Ireland in past 14 years and now I realised my dream business. I do welcome any one in my Childcare aged 0- 12. Also I do organize culturaldiversity workshops through the year as well as short term Language Classes. Please feel free to take a tour in my new Website.
I have a 1st class BSc Psychology degree, and in relation to childminding, I found this degree informative both in terms of child development and special needs. I also have almost a year's experienceof working as a Pre-school assistant in a day nursery before having my sons, which I thoroughly enjoyed and gave me the incentive to start up my own registered childminding business from home.
I'm Sinead, I'm a 37 year old mother of two girls, aged 7 and 8, and I've been married to my wonderful hubby for almost 10 years. I have decided to become a childminder because I am passionate aboutchildren. I have been surrounded with children all my life and I get an immense amount of pleasure spending time with them.