Childcare Provider Details

Hazel Champion
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Childcare Provider Details


My practice is open and friendly, but professional and structured at the same time. Parents are welcome to come into the playroom. The children are treated as individuals, but mixing and interaction is encouraged. Children are offered a variety of indoor and outdoor experiences, and are allowed to express their own preferences. Children are encouraged to treat my setting as a home from home environment where they can relax and blossom. Children and parents are always greeted with a smile, and I always take an interest in their home lives and experiences.

Fluent in French and German. British Sign Language Level 1. Master of Arts Degree (European Management). Beacon Tots Treasurer. Makaton level 1 & 2, Level 3 diploma in Children's and Young Person care.

I undertake various training opportunities throughout the year, ensuring I keep up to date. I endeavour to follow courses to achieve awards to increase my knowledge and understanding. I have obtained Food Safety (level 2), Healthy Early Years (HEY) Healthy Eating, First Aid and HEY Active Play Award.

I have experience of caring for children with special educational needs and welcome all to my practice. I have extensive experience of working closely with parents, carers and outside agencies.

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Opening Times
MondayFrom 07:15To 18:30
TuesdayFrom 07:15To 18:30
WednesdayFrom 07:15To 18:30
ThursdayFrom 07:15To 18:30
FridayFrom 07:15To 18:30
What age ranges do you cater for?
From 0 To 14
Cost Information
None Specified
Base Area
Peasedown St John
School/Early Years Pickups
Peasedown St John Primary School
Local Offer Documents
A commitment to provide a variety of diets A commitment to promote healthy eating Meals provided Able to use Sign language Able to use Makaton Able to speak other languages 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) Games Construction Natural resources Music, dance and drama Song / rhyme time Sensory toys and equipment Outdoor play equipment Play park nearby Cooking Visits to groups / libraries / children's centres
Wheelchair access Locked doors and fences Enclosed property Parking outside Separate sleeping area Inside stairs Accessible property Secure / enclosed outdoor space Dedicated Play Room Large garden Use of car / minibus Nursery equipment / pushchairs / car seats
This data was last updated:
26 June 2019



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