Childcare provider details
About the childcare provider
After completing my Btec National Diploma in nursery nursing in 1994 I started to working as a nanny for various families in and around the Bath area caring for children of varying ages.
In 2000 I completed an advanced diploma in childcare and education course. I wanted to develop my understanding of child development and over the years since leaving college had started to develop a wealth of experience that I wanted to use to help develop my qualifications.
In 2002 I had my daughter was born and I continued nannying for the families that I was working for at that time. When my daughter was 2 .I decided that it was time that we spent more time at home and so registered as a childminder so that I was able to incorporate both being a mother and family life with my work.
I have remained in close contact with most of the children and families for whom I have cared. As they have become part of our family. I hope that the children in my care have enjoyed a safe, loving and secure environment that has remained consistent. I have always treated the children in my care as I would my own.
I aim for my level of care to be what I would expect for my own children and hope that your child will benefit not only from my qualification but from the many years experience caring for children in the home as well as my experiences and emotions as a mother myself.
I take the children out and about visiting local groups, parks, play centres etc.
Last Ofsted inspection: 08/02/2019
Last Ofsted Inspection summary: Good
Do you have vacancies?
Tuesday: 7:30 - 18:00
Wednesday: 7:30 - 17:30
Thursday: 7:30 - 17:30
Friday: 7:30 - 16:30
Please get in touch for more information.
Peasedown St John
Early years and school pickups
- Peasedown St John Primary School
Facilites and provisions
- Locked doors and fences
- Enclosed property
- Parking outside
- Quiet area
- Separate sleeping area
- Inside stairs
- Accessible property
- Secure / enclosed outdoor space
- Dedicated Play Room
- Small garden
- Outdoor paved play area
- Use of car / minibus
- Nursery equipment / pushchairs / car seats
- A commitment to provide a variety of diets
- A commitment to promote healthy eating
- Meals provided
- Arts, crafts and messy play
- Sit and ride equipment including bikes and scooters
- Books and story time
- Computer and ICT facilities
- Dressing up
- Multi-cultural & special needs promoting toys (inclusive toys)
- Natural resources
- Music, dance and drama
- Song / rhyme time
- Sensory toys and equipment
- Outdoor play equipment
- Play park nearby
- Mud garden
- T.V. time
- Visits to groups / libraries / children's centres
- Outings eg park, play areas, soft play