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Dreamcatcher Childcare

At Dreamcatcher Childcare we embrace children as their own best educators and we aim to provide an environment designed to develop each child’s natural curiosity through positive experiences.

Our story →

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Our story

Lynne Turner established Dreamcatcher Childcare at her own home in December 2011. We understand that choosing a childcare setting is one of the most important decisions a parent or guardian will ever make. Our aim is to build strong partnerships with both parents and children based on mutual trust and respect. We are privileged to share in the children’s early years and to form close relationships with the children and their families.

Dreamcatcher Childcare moved to the CMI Building, Sunningdale in April 2012. The nursery has grown and continues to thrive and improve. We always seek to provide a safe, comfortable, nurturing, educational and caring environment whilst maintaining the very highest standards.

The environment →

Since opening in 2011 we have received two Ofsted inspections, both being awarded Outstanding.

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At Dreamcatcher Childcare, children are encouraged to become their own best educators.

We provide an environment designed to develop each child’s natural curiosity through positive experiences. Each child’s early years are a magical time for learning and growth, during which their first experiences begin to form the building blocks for future life and successes.

Focusing on the Early Years Foundation Stage, we offer a wide range of experiences to encompass the seven areas of learning. These are:

Prime areas

  • Communication and Language
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Physical Development

Specific areas

  • Mathematics
  • Literacy
  • Understanding the world
  • Expressive art and design
Our prime areas

Communication and Language

Our prime areas

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Our prime areas

Physical Development

Our personal approach

We record the achievements of each child in their learning journals, which become a unique record of their experiences, observations, photographs and pieces of artwork. Parents and families can add their own input to these journals so that they capture all aspects of every child’s early years.