About Kiddiewinks

 

It is the aim of Kiddiewinks to provide a safe, secure, caring and stimulating environment where children are treated as individuals and feel respected, valued, and confident. 

 

Within Kiddiewinks children can participate in a wide variety of play experiences that enables them to develop the skills needed for them to become more independent, with a positive self-image and an understanding of others.

Kiddiewinks Day Nursery was established in July 1987 by Sheona Cunniff who runs the nursery with a team of caring and dedicated staff. We aim ‘To inspire young minds, celebrate diversity, to be inclusive, to be respectful and promote wellbeing and a healthy lifestyle.’

Our Aims: 

  1. To provide a safe, secure, and stimulating environment in which children can gain confidence and develop a positive self-image.
     

  2. To provide a wide variety of play experiences which will enable children to develop the skills needed for them to become independent.
     

  3. To encourage children to develop an understanding and respect for others regardless of race, religion, or gender.

​Our facilities

 

Some of the best things about our nursery, besides the incredibly dedicated people that work here, include:

 • Peaceful and safe village location

 • Stimulating and well-resourced rooms

 • Access to outdoor play areas

 • Forest School activities

 • Nature walks in the countryside

 • Visits to the local library

 • Healthy nutritional home cooked meals and snack

Book a visit:
 015394 34040 
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​Our staff team

 

Our friendly, dedicated, and caring team of qualified, professional staff are all CRB checked and offer knowledge and experience in childcare, education, child protection and first aid. Together we care for our children the way parents would, providing an environment in which the children feel safe and secure in the knowledge they are loved and cared for.

'The staff bring their strengths together to create a diverse and dynamic team that work very well together' Ofsted (2014)

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