Dandelion Day Nursery


Peace of Mind for You

At dandelions we know how important it is for you as a parent to make the right decisions for your child and that finding the right care for your child will make both you and your child happy.

We are proud of our dedicated and hardworking staff who understand

the issues surrounding busy families and who are dedicated to the care and education of young children.

All of our staff are qualified and are encouraged to undertake continuous professional development

We want to build on home experiences and work with you to provide the best possible care for your child
At Dandelions we recognise that the care of young children is an extension of and must compliment family life.
Family customs, religious beliefs and any dietary requirements are strictly adhered to as requested by you the parent.
We encourage parents to take a close interest in the day to day activities of the nursery and welcome parents at all times to share and discuss their child's achievements, progress and friendships.
Parents are provided with information on a daily basis so they are aware of achievements and events.

Learning is planned using the Foundation Phase Framework for Children's Learning for 3 - 7 years olds in Wales and incorporates the National Literacy and Numeracy Framework.

The Foundation Phase is the statutory curriculum for all 3 - 7 year olds in Wales.  It encourages children to be creative and imaginative and makes learning more enjoyable and more effective. The Foundation Phase has 7 areas of learning which are delivered through practical activities and active learning experiences both indoors and outdoors.

The areas of learning are; personal and social development, well-being and cultural diversity; language, literacy and communication skills; mathematical development; Welsh language development; knowledge and understanding of the world; physical development;  creative development

At the centre of the framework lies the holistic development of children and their skills, building on previous learning experiences and knowledge. through their play, the children practice and consolidate their learning, play with ideas, experiment, take risks, solve problems and make decisions. First hand experiences allow the children to develop an understanding of themselves and the world in which they live.