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Edyta’s Childcare stands for educational specialists, wholehearted commitment and comprehensive child care. Increasing demands are being made on child care facilities, since all parents want the very best for their children, right from their very first learning experiences. In addition, there is now a marked trend towards intellectual education for children, but still children also need to play, move, get enough exercise and discover their own bodies.

Our Childcare achieves both objectives by offering space for moving around in our specially designed play area, plenty of opportunity for play in the purpose built garden, and various facilities for creative activity.


Our aim is to support each child through their development.


Your child is our priority

Here at Edyta’s Childcare, we have a good understanding of children's lives and their social contexts, basing our teaching around them. Supporting and encouraging personality development, autonomy and creativity are top priorities for us. Developing social interaction and understanding differences in others also plays an important role in our work. We also support you, the parent, in bringing up your child.


Our motto: giving little ones a great start!


We are here for your child and you

Our work has one clear focus: your child's individual needs. In order for us to support your child's development in the best possible way we all attend regular further training courses, which enable them to bring new ideas and proposals to their daily work - ideas that will also benefit your child!


  • Master Degree in Physical and Health Education
  • Qualify Teacher Status - QTS
  • Level 3/Level 5 in Children’s Care Learning And Development
  • 6 years working experience in Childcare, Reception and Primary School Key Stage 1
  • First Aid training
  • CRB checked


We meet your expectations & guarantee 100% satisfaction

The Early years Learning

The setting activities are the Foundation Stage. It is a distinct stage and important in preparing children for later schooling. The Early Learning Goals set out what is expected for most children by the end of the stage.

The Role of the Early Years Carers

The role of the carer, and the setting assistants is to interact with the children in order to enable them to take an active part in their own learning. We assess the children’s development through individual record keeping, work samples and observations and with this knowledge, provide planning activities and materials to meet the individual needs of each child.


Play features very strongly in Early Years education as through play children practice the skills and concepts they are acquiring. Play helps children to think, be creative, hypothesize, test conclusions, explore and learn about the world. The Early Years therefore make provision for play a high priority when arranging the layout of the available space, encouraging children to progress across all areas of the curriculum through their play.

The Outdoor Area

The outdoor area is considered to be as valuable a learning environment as the indoor. The children can participate in many physical activities not possible indoors, which help them to gain confidence and develop co-ordination. Large wheeled toys, climbing equipment and small apparatus are available. The children have opportunities to engage in exploration and investigative experiences such as ‘forces’ and ‘life cycles’ in the grounds.

OUR curriculum

    All planning for both indoors and outdoors, covers the 6 areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.

    The working areas are clearly defined, with a wide range of materials and equipment and the children are encouraged to be imaginative in their use of the provision, although there are activities (such as the making of a work book) where there is a more directed focus.

    Cross-curricular learning is an important aspect of Early Years Education with the children taking part in particular activities that encompass several different areas of development. For example: In cooking – talking about the recipe (language), measuring the ingredients (problem solving, reasoning and numeracy), observing the changes and tasting the food (exploration and investigation), talking about the experience and listening (Language) and taking turns (PHSE).


The Main Aims are:

  • To create a stable, stimulating, challenging and caring environment
  • To build on the children’s existing knowledge and experience
  • To foster cooperation and autonomy
  • To provide first-hand learning situations and experiences for the early stages of all the areas of the school curriculum
  • To work with parents to achieve these goals. Further aims are outlined in the Early Years Policy



Edyta's Childcare promise to:
Respect your child as an individual
Provide a happy and safe learning environment
Help your child enjoy his/her time at Childcare
Help your child fulfil their objectives and potential
Listen to what your child has to say