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Hello and Welcome

Welcome to Daisy Dolls,  awarded  Ofsted 'Outstanding' on last 3 inspections.

I offer up to 15-hours of early education funding for 2 year olds over 38 weeks of the year, and up to 30-hours of early education over 38 weeks of the year for 3- 4 year olds.  I can stretch the funded hours over 51 weeks, using fewer hours per week.  From September 2024 I will offer early education funding for children from 9-months old.

Hi my name is Denise and I live in West Christchurch with my husband Mark and son Jack.  We live in a spacious bungalow.  Its four walls are never quiet and ring to the sound of laughter and chatter of the eleven children that I currently care for.

 

I have delivered childcare to many wonderful families over the years, helping children develop and grow to be ready for their next steps in life.

My setting is a real family home full of fun and laughter where all the children are treated as individuals.  They create friendships, read, paint, be imaginative, jump, build, sing and simply have lots of fun in an environment that is a secure place to learn.  My close relationship with all the children means I can really take into account their own individual interests and make sure that each of their experiences are both challenging and stimulating to them.

As a mum myself I know what a pull on the heart strings it is to leave a child especially in the beginning.  I can only reassure you, that your child will receive the very warmest of care in a safe, secure and happy environment, where they will be able to play and develop and gain the best possible start in life.

What my families say makes Daisy Dolls so special is that I work with all my families to ensure they get childcare that suits their requirements.  I'm always here to listen to concerns and available to answer any questions and listen to families' views and concerns.

The most important thing to me is the happiness of your child and that you are confident in the quality of my provision, so you feel at ease when leaving them.

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