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.
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.
My son has had an absolutely wonderful start on his learning journey at Kare Bears. He has thrived in a stimulating and caring environment. He has felt safe and secure and formed close bonds with hiscarers and peer group. He has had a wealth of opportunities to develop emotionally, physically and socially. He has received constant support and guidance and has grown into an independent confident child.
Petite Feet is a family run business. We take great pride in our standards & the quality of care that we provide on a daily basis to each child that comes through our doors. We operate within a verylarge & mature building decorated to the highest of standards, fully equipped with the latest toys. Our soft & hard play areas offer an extensive range of activities & facilities to allow play to continue whatever the weather.
Our School is a 'stand-alone' building, opened in 1980. It currently caters for 78 children in their pre-school year, funded by the Department of Education. We recognise that childhood is a stage oflife in its own right to be enjoyed. There is a natural curiosity, sense of wonder and amazement in each child and its our goal to provide a loving, caring environment, complementing a wide variety of well-planned activities to ensure that each child is exposed to optimum development.
We believe that investing in a child's environment is to invest in a child, therefore we promise everything will be in place to ensure your child enjoys the best facilities with traditional values,while providing a service that is reliable, flexible and understanding of the needs of you and your children. Rock Lane Day Nursery will provide full and part time family centred day nursery facilities for children aged between 6 months and 11 years of age.
Welcome to Careers n Kids Day Nursery where we provide fun, friendly and stimulating childcare for children aged, 6 weeks - 11 years. Our staff are all experienced child care workers who offer yourchild fun-filled days packed with lots of wonderful activities to help them develop and reach milestones in an environment full of loving, tender care. We encourage the children in our care to achieve both physical and emotional independence by emphasising on 'learning through play'.
South Belfast Childcare was opened in January 2009 with support from Sure Start as a flagship Children's Centre in South Belfast. We offer day care for children up to 4 years of age who are cared forby qualified and experienced staff who support and care for our children. Staff offer a happy bright creative and stimulating environment where children are supported and nurtured to develop key social and learning skills.
Puddleducks would like to acknowledge the Belfast Childcare Partnership's contribution towards our costs of supporting the inclusion of children with additional needs within Early Years settings. Weaccept Childcare Vouchers from many providers - please speak to Sharon for more details.
Over the Rainbow was the first Private Day Nursery to open in Belfast. Established by Seamus and Bernie McElroy in January 1988, the site in Eglantine Avenue, Malone Road, Belfast provided a muchneeded premium quality childcare facility for working parents in the greater Belfast area at a time when quality, affordable childcare was virtually non-existent.