Bernard Hall, Cuddington
Rising Sun pub
By Haddenham Webteam - 7th September 2014 6:30am
A local mother-and-daughter team has established Sweet Peas child minding service working from their home in Haddenham.
Sweet Peas childminding is a family run business offered by Devon and Sue Peacock, who offer a safe and happy environment for children to flourish, based on a range of activities to cover all aspects of development while also having fun!
The service is open Monday to Friday, from 8.00am to 6.00pm and have spaces for six children aged 2 years and up.
Qualifications and experience
Level 2 in childcare, Ofsted registered, First Aid trained and many years of Special needs experience. CRB/DBS checked.
Devon has worked in childcare since the age of 16, gaining childcare qualifications and setting up as a child minder. Sue has worked part time in a secondary school for the last 13 years and has three grown up children. They both have a range of experience working with children of all ages and abilities.
A full driving license held by both Devon and Sue.
The fees are £5 per hour, or £20 charge for after school children. This includes school collection and an evening meal.
If you require any further information please contact Devon and Sue by telephone: 07854 389561 or 01844 299378. Or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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