Daisykins are a collective group of nurseries based in Rugby that support both children and parents through the early stages of childhood. With this round of funding Daisykins want to refurbish one of our existing nurseries, and add a new site to our group.
Outstanding care and support for children and parents alike.
Our facilities stretch beyond the inside of a room, with our Whitehall Road site containing a specially designed street with real brick buildings, named Daisy Street. The street, the first of its kind in an Early Years setting, has four units that can be styled into whatever is appropriate for the role play planned that day whether a unit is converted into a bank, a doctor's surgery, or a supermarket.
The second site, opened at Rugby Free Primary School, takes advantage of the benefits that technology has to offer to young minds. We possess the only day nursery Smart Table in Rugby, which provides our children with enriching games, and allows users to have the opportunity to ask questions and make fun IT discoveries with their newfound friends.
These are just some of the innovative ideas that have led us to be regularly regarded as one of the top childcare providers in the UK, and being labelled as Outstanding by Ofsted in the last two reports conducted. We've also received countless testimonials from parents whose children have shared positive experiences with them from the first day that they arrived.
Our goal is to bring these positive experiences to as many children as we can and keep our environment fresh for all of our new joiners. We plan to use your pledges to do this through refurbishing one of our existing sites and opening a brand new site for all to enjoy.
Where will the funds go?
A. Hi Sharon, I've been away and the system didn't work on my smart phone when I was trying to answer.
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A. Hello Ian, the most recent inspection was Good. However, it is yet to be published. This campaign did not start until Good was achieved.
A. Hello Jocelyn, the most recent inspection was Good. However, it is yet to be published. This campaign did not start until Good was achieved.
A. It has been Outstanding in the past. It is now Good. However, the most recent inspection is yet to be published. This campaign did not start until Good was achieved.
A. Hello Colin, it depends upon the cycle of intake. New equipment and refurbishment will provide staff with more choices for children and the environment will encourage more parents to join.
A. In terms of rising carer costs, the whole industry is in the same boat, i.e. we deal with it the best we can. Carer retention relies upon good quality management and keeping carers happy and motivated.
A. Hello Golnar, the turnover is consistent, but costs can vary year on year. There were also large costs associated with the previous expansion cycle which started 2014.
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