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.
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.
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.
Bongos is an excellent indoor soft play centre with an exciting variety of equipment to keep kids entertained from toddlers, with our dedicated framed systems, ball pool, soft play and car track areato our Fab 3-Tiered system complete with spooky maze, ball cannons, spiral slide, dizzy discs and slides to name but a few for the more adventurous!
CAIRN MHOR CHILDCARE PARTNERSHIP was established in 2002 and now provides high quality residential care for up to eleven children and young people between the ages of 6 and 18 in three houses locatedin the Central Fife area. Our aim is to support and enable children/ young people to reach their full potential by working in partnership with families, carers, social work department, education and health professionals.
Your child can attend playgroup from 2yrs 6mths - 5yrs. We follow the Birth to Three plan leading onto the Curriculum for Excellence which all Pre-School Educational establishments adhere to. Ourdaily sessions are extremely varied and focused on the early learning goals provided by the Government with the emphasis on learning through play. These goals cover main areas of young children's development and learning which we work through using a wide spectrum of activities in every session.
In more recent times she has worked as a private nanny offering a service for parents and children within their own home. She is a confident individual and a good communicator and values theimportance of providing a secure and stimulating environment for the children in her care.
We hope you enjoy seeing around our nursery and that the information is useful. If there is anything else you would like to know, please phone or pop in and we will be only too happy to answer anyquestions. We know that choosing the best care for your child is a very important decision and if you are looking for childcare for the first time it can be a bit daunting.
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.