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Tiny Toes is now open as usual from the 1st September.  We currently have space for 2 and 3 year old children including spaces for 15 hr and 30 hr funded children.  Please call or email.

Please be aware that we have limited ability to show parents around the nursery at the current time due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Show rounds will consist of a very quick walk through at quiet times or when the children are in the garden. Please wear a mask, use the hand gel by the door and do talk touch items in the nursery. You will then have a chance to ask questions and chat with a senior member of staff, at a distance, in the communal corridor.

Our Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/IverCommunityChildcare/

Click to access Parent_Guide_COVID-19-Final.pdf

Welcome to Iver Community Childcare. We are a not-for-profit organisation with the sole aim of providing families living in Iver and the surrounding areas with high quality childcare. Our experienced and caring staff put children and their families at the centre of everything they do. We provide happy and safe environments tailored to meet each child’s individual needs and work closely with families to provide nurturing home from home settings. Whether you are looking for full day care or holiday play schemes we can help.

We operate the following setting:

  • Tiny Toes Childcare at the Evreham Centre is a full day care nursery for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years

Our Aim

We aim to encourage a family atmosphere, teaching children to value and respect others, encouraging them to relate to one another and to build a positive attitude towards caring and sharing.

Our Ethos

Iver Community Childcare is a ‘not for profit’ organisation. Our sole purpose is to benefit families living in Iver and surrounding areas.

Our Promise

  • The children will be at the centre of everything we do.
  • We will train our staff to the highest level.
  • We will strive to create an environment which respects every child’s individuality and promotes an enthusiasm for learning.
  • We will create a centre which is in harmony with our community and where everyone is treated equally irrespective of gender, race, religion or disability and where cultural diversity can be expressed.
  • We will work in partnership with carers, staff, children, local schools and organisations and the wider community.
  • We will actively encourage parental involvement both valuing and recognising their input.

Where parents and early years settings work closely together, children do better

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