LITTLE ANGELS CHILDCARE CENTERE
Little angels childcare center is suitably located 80 meters from the highway. This was purposely done so that parents could easily access it when going to work in the morning and drop by anytime they feel like knowing the progress of their children.
We have our own security officers in support of the local government security officers that ensure that the center is safe all the time, 24 hours.
Scope of our services
Little angels center is designed to accommodate all children between the age one and a half years to five years. This is because we are determined to providing the best education and nurturing at this early age. We believe that children when they are young are able to grasp the skills we impart on them. At this age, they are able to grasp all the disciplines we impart to them also according to(Fuller, Bridges & Pai,2007).
Our services operate from 7 am in the morning to 5 pm in the evening. This was conveniently done so that parents could drop their children in the morning when going to work and pick them in the evening when coming from work. Children will have a chance to learn play and later rest in the afternoon during the hours of operation.
There is a one time registration fee of $100 that is not included in the monthly fee.
There is also a monthly fee of $600.The fee will cater for the child’s upkeep throughout the month and also for the people who are responsible for caring for the child.
We believe that children should be provided with the best environment so that they can grow and develop all aspect that they will need in future. The right environment and the right training, a training that puts into consideration the physical, emotional social and all other aspects of development, at an early age is right for children.
Assessment of Child Progress
Teachers (how you support your staff) Families
Physical Environment (indoor and out)
Leadership and Management
also they are all asserted by (Garrett, 1987).
Little angels child care aims to foster a productive relationship between all the stakeholders involved. This relationship among the members of staff, parents and the child will be focused on developing the child as a whole.
All our curriculum will follow the stipulations from NAEYC. That curriculum is fit for children to develop and grow wholly. It will be implemented from the first day the children the center to the day they leave it.
NAEYC has certified all our teachers. Their certification means that they have attained all the required standards of offering quality service to the children and everyone at the childcare. Our center is proud to have such teachers.
Assessment of Child Progress
Teachers and the responsible staff will be tasked with the responsibility of accessing the progress of the child. This will ensure that children stick within the stipulated requirements by the center and NAEYC. Parents are also encouraged to visit the center regularly to check the progress of their children.
Health in the center is a top priority. We know that nothing meaningful will take place without children and everyone having a good health. All the precautions and measures are in place to ensure that children are provided with the best.
Teachers are always supported through various undertakings of the center. Teacher career motivation and development will be offered regularly to all the members of staff. This will ensure that they continuously offer quality services and they also develop to higher levels.
Families are encouraged to support their children and nurture them when they are at home. We believe that family involvement is the key to having a wholly developed child. This is commonly witnessed in the social aspect of the child.
The community around the child is supposed to support and nurture the child as they grow and interact with them. Children need to learn through practice how to relate to the people they need to and meet in real world out there. They are to practice their social aspect of interaction through intermingling with other people in the society (Healey,2006).
The center has put up an environment that is friendly to the child and that foster effective growth and development. We have ensured that all the environment is in accordance with NAEYC requirements.
The indoor environment is detailed in a way that will enable the children learn and develop from the things they will see and play with. The outdoor settings is meant for play as it is an essential requirement to children.
Leadership and Management
Recently our teachers underwent a routine program that introduces them to a new level of learning so that they can continuously acquire new skills as.
All the teachers are also certified by NAEYC.
On top of it all, they all hold a minimum of certificate in their respective field.
Nancy- “ I brought my 2 year old child to the care at the beginning of the year and now I have seen a lot of improvements. My child is now more active and appears ready to learn. I know when he completes it here to preschool, he will be one great child ”
Schedule – DAILY
7am – 8aam – Free Play, Table Toys, Puzzles
8:00am – 8:30am Breakfast
8:30am – 8:45am Coloring, Play Dough, Cutting
8:45am – 9:00am Circle Time
9:00am – 9:15am Interactive Songs – Finger Rhymes
9:15am – 9:45am Art – Craft Time
9:45am – 10:00am Learning Time
10:00 am – 10:15am Number/Letter Time
10:15 am – 11:15am Outside Play
11:15am – 11:45am Lunch Time
11:45am – 12:45pm Outside Play or Free Play (Inside)
12:45pm – 1:00pm Story Time
1:00pm – 3:00pm Nap Time
3:00pm – 3:30pm Snack Time
3:30pm – 4:00pm Free Play, Play Dough, Coloring, Cutting
4:00pm – 4:30pm Table Toys
4:30pm – 5:00pm Outside Play or Free Play
Photos of classrooms and playgrounds
Lunch and snack menus
Credentials and biography
I am a degree holder Bachelor of Education with a focus in early childhood education. I hove worked in several learning institutions that supports young children.
My 10 years experience and regular updates from the university has taught me a lot on how to handle young children and dynamically bring them up.
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Fuller, B., Bridges, M., & Pai, S. (2007). Standardized childhood: the political and cultural struggle over early education. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press.
Garrett, A. (1987). The Child care center workbook. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, DCPO/Office of Programming.
Healey, J. (2006). Child care. Thirroul, N.S.W.: Spinney Press.
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