The Brentry & Henbury Children's Centre (BHCC) was originally set up in the grounds of Brentry Primary School as a Neighbourhood Nursery by the Charity that bears the same name in 2004 with fundingfrom the National Lottery. Members of a local Playgroup and the local community commissioned research into the need for childcare and family support within the locality (Kimberlee, 2003) to gain the funding needed.
All young children should have the opportunity to engage in active and inspiring learning. We believe children should be taught the power of their communication and the value of working togetherthrough effective partnerships. We believe it is every child's right to be valued as a strong and competent learner with high self esteem.
As your childs' welfare is our job, we have a dedicated childcare centre responsible for providing you the very best possible service there is. We accept nothing less. Alphabet Childcare have acomprehensive temporary register of both qualified Nursery Nurses and unqualified Nursery assistants who can help you sort this problem at very short notice.
Rachael has been childminding since 2009 and absolutely loves it! In 2013 her husband Dave joined her and Little Stars was born. The setting is ideally located for people living and working in andaround Bradley Stoke, Little Stoke and Stoke Gifford area. Rachael is an Ofsted registered childminder and Dave is registered as her assistant. The setting accepts childcare vouchers and the National Education Grand for children age 2-4.
I am a friendly, outgoing person who will provide quality childcare in a nurturing home environment. I enjoy working with children from birth and enabling them to become their own person. I encouragelearning through play and ensure that the children participate in a wide range of fun and exciting activities to keep them stimulated.
We hope you enjoy using it and the sessions and support we provide. Broomhill Children's Centre offers a wide range of services and in 2011, OFSTED awarded us a rating of 'Good'. Please feel free toleave a comment to help us as we endeavour to improve our support for all our families.
Bristol Children's Contact Services was developed to promote and support positive contact between children and their families. We have children's contact centre's across the city for this specialistuse. The main goal of Bristol Children's Contact Services is to facilitate and support contact between children of separated families. The service we provide aims to do this through our centre's by the creation of a warm, informal atmosphere in a comfortable and safe neutral environment.
Both of these forms are available from the Children's Centre reception. Sea Mills Children's Centre aims to provide high quality and flexible education and daycare for children aged 2-4 years old. Inaddition to this families can access the 2 and 3 year old FEEE provision, (12 hours free per week all year round). Please contact us for more details.
We aim to meet each parent's needs by providing trained nannies who will work with all children, including those with special educational needs and special dietary requirements. We provide a personal,professional service 24hrs a day which is reliable, efficient, flexible and affordable.
Redcliffe Children's Centre evolved from being a purpose built Nursery School in the 1960's to an Early Years Centre in 2000, to an Early Excellence Centre in 2003. The Senior Management / LeadershipTeam reflect the integrated services provided at the Centre. The nursery building is set amidst a group of high rise flats close to the city centre and areas of historical interest. In 2009 we acquired family service space at unused church premises only 100 yards from our main building.