Need emergency childcare? Just a one off? We are very flexible and will meet your childcare needs. Also available at the weekends. I am extremely flexible in the hours I provide and I have a lot of happy parents who are happy to confirm this anytime. I work for parents who have demanding jobs with very demanding hours. Its very rare I will say sorry I cannot help you.
The early years of life are one of the most important and with these values in mind, we aim to provide:
A personal approach to consider your child’s individual needs, interests and their stages of development to plan challenging and enjoyable experiences across all aspects of your child’s development.
A positive approach to discipline, working in partnership with you at all times.
A process of ongoing assessment to inform you of your child’s daily activities and to foster a good working partnership for the benefit of your child.
A variety of indoor and outdoor play experiences to promote and develop your child’s social, emotional and intellectual skills as well as encouraging a healthy lifestyle.
However, most importantly, we aim to provide an environment which is safe, secure and one in which you are happy to leave your precious child in the knowledge that they are happy, healthy and well cared for.
Here at Cheeky Treasures we are very flexible with our timings. You could say we work around the clock to meet your needs. We understand it can be very stressing if you are against the clock when it comes to pick and drop of your children, we plan to erase the stress and accommodate all your needs.
The Care Inspectorate is the regulatory body for the inspection of childcare provisions in Scotland. All childminders must register with The Care Inspectorate before they can provide care for children.
My registration allows me to care for a maximum of 7 children at any one time.
You will find my Registration Certificate displayed on my notice board. You can also find further details regarding my registration and latest inspection on the Care Inspectorate website: www.scswis.com
As per Care Inspectorate requirements and the Scottish Government guidelines I adopt the Getting It Right For Every Child (GIRFEC) approach, and the eight SHANARRI wellbeing indicators. (Safe, Healthy, Achieving, Nurtured, Active, Respected, Responsible, Included.) I keep personal care plans and wellbeing records for every child to ensure I am meeting each of these indicators and providing the best possible care.
For further information about GIRFEC / SHANARRI please go to: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Young-People/gettingitright