Why Choose a Childminder?


  • Individual care, sometimes even one to one, where time can be spent interacting with your child, whether that be having a cuddle and singing nursery rhymes or helping with homework
  • Your child will have the same carer every day to help them feel secure
  • Flexible hours, usually earlier or later starts than day nurseries and Out of School Clubs can offer
  • Home-based care
  • Low adult:child ratios
  • Continuity of care, from just a few weeks right through to secondary school
  • To meet the individual needs of your baby/child, adapting where possible to the routines of your child
  • Social outings to toddler groups and Childminder drop-ins
  • Registered childminders work in their own homes meaning that your children can enjoy real-life learning experiences like cooking, shopping, gardening, mealtimes and outings to the park and library.
  • Childminders work in partnership with parents and many become lifelong friends.
  • Most childminders will pick up and collect children from school, pre-school or nursery.
  • Childminders are regularly inspected by Ofsted and are expected to provide high quality childcare. They receive the same core training as other childcare professionals
  • Not to mention we are happy and are friendly and enjoy working with children helping them learn and grow and get the best skills they need for life


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Recent Updates


1st February 2013: New newsletter available.


Babysitting service is now up and running contact for details.


Spaces are now filling and FAST contact ASAP for space for your child or children!!

Parent's Reminders - Upcoming Important Dates


8th February

We are celebrating Chinese New Year and trying Chinese food


12th February

Shrove Tuesday – we will be having PANCAKES


14th February

Valentines Day - Wear something messy as we will be making lots of nice things!


15th February

We will be going to the farm after we had to cancel last month due to the snow


18th – 22nd February



22nd February

Invoices sent out for March



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