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childminder newbridge/naas area

re : childminder newbridge/naas area           reply
27/03/2010 14:58 - Pre-school / Montessori
Hey there ,

I am writing in response to your advert on about a childminder for your daughter. I am a childminder in my own home in Newbridge and I already look after my son who is 2 year old and 2 other children who are 2 and 3 who are both girls. I currently charge 25 euro per day and provide the children with food during the day and for this I like to keep my place to a high standard and love the idea of a long term arrangement. I have years of experience and have worked in creches in the past all of which I have been well received and have enjoyed every moment.

I have 2 Playrooms with education and fun toys, big garden with swings, trampoline and outside toys, a professional routine and regular safety checks.

I provide a great atmosphere for the children and encourage active learning and socialising with their friends preparing them for their future.

I can provide references from my old managers and also from parents of the children in the childminding service.

My service is very affordable but is still very high quality and I hope to keep improving the place.

We are located in Rosconnell Avenue and would be interested in taking any queries that you might have.

Thanks and look forward to hearing from you

Flexible service available

Call Stephanie on 045 438024 / 0851932425

Contact:- Small Steps Childminder

Location: Newbridge

childminder newbridge/naas area           reply
15/03/2010 12:52 - Pre-school / Montessori (Locality: Kildare)
hi, i am the mother of an almost 8 month old boy and will be returning to work in mid may, i am currently looking for someone to look after my boy in their own home or mine whatever suits for 2 days or maybe more a week, i work as a nurse and my husband is a garda so long days are involved...9 - 5pm is not an optionlooking forward to hearing from you, regards julie

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