- Tiny Tots Premier Childcare Services was established in February 1997 at our Malpas Road Nursery in Newport. Since then we have continued to expand our business and currently offer Outstanding childcare facilities in South Wales three nurseries. We employ 34 full and part time team members. All of our team are extensively qualified in childcare and development and the Directors hold over 30 years of experience within the childcare sector.
Our long serving team aim to help and support you make the right choice of childcare for you and your family. We are working parents ourselves and have first hand experience of how important it is for children to be happy, and for you as parents to feel safe and secure in leaving your children in safe hands. A third of our staff have been part of the Tiny Tots team for over 10 years with some with us from the year we opened.
The genuine interest in your child’s all round needs are paramount and we endeavour to provide outstanding childcare in our well planned and Well equipped nursery’s in Newport. We have a high retention of qualified and experienced team and all members of the Tiny Tots team are verified with the relevant organisation (DBS) and work to preset Policies and Procedures, which ensures professionalism at all times.
We focus on the 7 areas of learning skills
Regular training is given to all team members at Tiny Tots. Below is a list of training sessions that have been successfully completed.
• Paediatric first aid
• Child protection
• SENCO (currently know as additional educational needs)
• Health and Safety
• Child development Foundation phase
• One step at a time (story telling)
• Maths in the Foundation Phase
• Observation and Assessment foundation phase
• Basic skills project work and maths language
• Materials to support the observation process foundation phase
• Materials to support planning process foundation phase
• Early intervention foundation phase
• Music in foundation phase
• Basic food hygiene
• Continuous provision idea’s foundation phase
• Welsh Training
• Experiential learning foundation phase
• Additional learning needs
• Learn to move , move to learn
• Persona Dolls
• Mark making
• Cultural diversity
• Observing, recording and reporting
• Importance of movement in early years.
• Girls and boys come out to play.
• ICT course.
• Organisation and management of play in foundation phase