Offers free childcare
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I am a very reliable, caring, friendly, OFSTED registered childminder. I provide a well equipped and stimulating safe environment for children of all ages. I provide various interesting activities for both indoor and outdoor experiences to enhance learning and development in children. I work with the parents to achieve positive result in the caring of children. We often visit various places such as Sure Start centres, parks, local libraries, farms, beaches, museums and shops etc.
Activities including construction, role play, tiny play, creative, physical and passive activities. Visits to beach, parks, farms, soft play, museums, castles/houses. Regually visit childminders drop-in which provide active, passive, creative and physical activities as well as a social aspect of mixing with other minders and children
**Open for key workers - offering wraparound from Cragside School**
I was a Primary School teacher for 17 years prior to setting up my Child Minding Business in September 2010. I have had experience with all age groups and have also had some Special Needs experience including Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD and Autism.
The whole of the downstairs area is available for Childminding which includes a living room, a large open plan kitchen\dining\conservatory and a large outside area which has a playhouse and is also astro turfed. There is also a downstairs toilet and wash basin.
Our playgroup is part of a larger foundation stage where nursery and reception children also play. This means we are able to access a wide range of indoor and outdoor resources as well as having our own specialised playgroup room. As we have a small group of children daily we can plan for their individual needs and our activities are based on pupil interests
Currently rated 'good' by Ofsted
Based in Red House Farm/ Gosforth with easy access to the a1 and local transport routes.
Dedicated playroom, toilet and dining area as well as a large, fully enclosed garden area.
Opportunities to explore the community at toddler groups, beaches, parks, national trust sites and other local attractions.
Cruddas Park Early Years Centre hosts Cruddas Park Playgroup. We have access to a fantastic play space, innovative sand and water area and quality, educational and inspiring resources.
'The Playgroup provides a welcoming, inclusive environment where children and parents are valued as individuals. Staff build positive relationships with parents and others to support children effectively. Children have access to an excellent range of resources and make good progress in their learning and development'.
We provide a safe and stimulating environment for children's learning and development. The setting implements the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and ensures all children have equal access and opportunity to actively learn and develop. Outdoor access is available all year round to extend experiences. We focus on the indivdual childs strengths and support and encourage further learning opportunities building on confidence and skills.
During my 29 years in childcare I worked in many areas including Nursery, Reception, Special Needs, Nanny and now childminding. I provide a variety of activities from imaginative play to construction craft and music depending of the child’s needs and abilities. I attend Kingston Park childminder dropping and toddler groups. Also I take the children on outings some of our favourite places include Leazes Park Saltwell Park, Thornley Woods, Bowlam Lake the library and Dobbies Garden Centre.
I will provide safe and caring home where the children will be well look after, there will be also snacks through the day.
Good ofsted recommedation, reliable and flexible.
I take the children to the park, swimming, and cinema.
Both indoor and outdoor toys with a games room for the children.
We are a breakfast and after school club we currently opperate in term time
Breakfast club 7.30 to 9.00 a.m or 8am until 9.00am
After school club 3.10 to 6pm
7.30 breakfast club must be by request
Pathways 4 All is a parent-led charity, providing leisure services for children and young people with disabilities/ additional needs (0-25 years old). Our primary service is a specialist play and activity provision, the Tim Lamb Centre (in the grounds of the Rising Sun County Park, Benton). Our centre is open to families from across the North East region.
Benton Park is a primary school with Nursery through to Year 6.
At Benton Park we strive to....
- Be a happy and safe school where we try our best
- Treat each other with respect, kindness and good manners
- Celebrate the success and achievement of everyone in the community
- Ensure high achievement and high attainment in all areas
Archibald First School is situated in the heart of Gosforth and is part of the Gosforth Schools Trust. We are a two form entry First School with a Nursery as part of our Early Years Unit. There are no mixed age classes at Archibald First School, each class has a designated teacher and at least one shared Teaching Assistant. In addition to our classrooms we have a computing suite, two large halls, a library, a sensory room and additional group teaching spaces.
Atkinson Road is a popular, thriving and vibrant school. We are situated in the heart of the west end of Newcastle and have been serving our community for over a century. During this time we have tasked ourselves in making our children feel happy, safe and secure whilst providing them with a wealth of experiences and opportunities to develop as well rounded, well educated and successful, independent individuals.
‘Our vision is to provide each child with the skills, self belief and drive to reach high in life. For the school to be outstanding in all it provides and for Beech Hill to be the heart and soul of the community.’
The children at Beech Hill Primary School can expect to :
Central Walker Church of England Primary School is a Voluntary Aided School that caters for boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 11 years. It is part of The Riverside Learning Trust. Children normally transfer to Walker Technology College or Benfield School in the September after their eleventh birthday. The staff of the secondary schools liaise closely, the children visit and meet the teachers on many occasions before they transfer.
Our ethos of care and humour coupled with fantastic progress and attainment is our recipe for success. Cheviot is a happy school where taking responsibility for ourselves and other people and working hard to achieve our best is what we do every day!
We believe that working in partnership with families, involving them in children’s learning, is a strength of our school. The school has had a strong tradition of working with families for over 120 years. We are a small family orientated school and our size enables us to reassure parents that we can really get to know their unique and special children. Because we are small we can really spend time getting to know our families well. Each year has 30 children or less, with every class having additional support to ensure your child achieves their very best. Finding out and remembering all