Registered Early Years Child Care
Tytherington Family Church
Contact: Liz Harrington
07904 666910 lzz1960 (at) btinternet (dot) com
About Our Business
Sunflowers was opened in the main hall of this church building in 1997 and has an excellent reputation within the community for delivering good quality childcare. The hall is a large bright space that is divided into a variety of learning spaces which provide a mixture of learning experiences.
We offer a happy, secure and relaxed environment for the social and educational development of children aged between 2 to 5 years.
We specialise in the development of skills through play, social interaction and stimulating experiences - helping children to explore the world and make sense of real life situations through support encouragement and praise.
We pride ourselves on our positive links and relationships with families and carers. We encourage an “Open Door Policy” and are always available to answer any questions parents may have. We see children as individuals and work closely with parents to meet each child’s individual needs.
Sunflowers’ staff welcome enquiries and invite parents and children to come and see for themselves our happy caring environment.
What makes our business special?
We believe that Sunflower’s Under Fives Nursery is special because it’s small, friendly, and approachable, a place where we take pride in giving the best possible care and enjoy looking after and watching the children in our care grow and develop.
About the Owner
Sunflowers is jointly owned and managed by Liz Harrington and Dawn Johnson. Both are fully qualified practitioners who have a Foundation Degree in Early Years Child Care and have over 30 years experience working with children.
Flexible individual sessions are available during term time. Morning 9.00am - 12.00 noon Afternoon 12.00pm -3.00pm Full Day 9.00am -3.00 pm Closed Wednesday. We offer a Lunch Club at midday (own packed lunch to be provided.) We also provide a Breakfast club between 8—9 o’clock.
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