Tiny Explorer’s tiney home nursery is in Surrey Quays

Tiny Explorer’s tiney home nursery

A welcoming tiney home in Surrey Quays with an outdoor space, close to Southwark Park and great transport links. Tiny Explorers is wheelchair accessible.

from £55 a day

Nearby stations are served by the London Overground, Jubilee line and South Eastern railway.

House・Outdoor space・Quiet road・Pets・Near public transport・Playroom・Multiple activity areas・Meals provided・Wheelchair accessible

Kelly Cunningham

Kelly Cunningham

Surrey Quays

    from £55 a day

    spaces available

Hours of Business

08:00 to 18:00

Ages catered for

0 - 5+ years

Availability

Term-time only

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About my home

My name is Kelly, I am a mother, wife and enthusiast for child development. I believe the early years are the best and most important years for development and I have set up a tiney home nursery to ensure that children get the best possible support with their learning and development through play. I always aim to make my service inclusive, fun, educational and empowering for families. I also work closely with parents to make sure that children’s needs are being met, creating parent partnership schemes focused on the empowerment of parents. These include EYFS workshops, parent meet groups, toy libraries and tiney tips provided via the tiney app. My goal is to help parents feel empowered with their children’s learning and also be heard and supported wherever possible."

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Unique highlights

Over five years of childcare experience

I have worked in a range of childcare settings in several different roles. My experiences allowed me to learn about children and their development as well identifing gaps within services offered. My aim is to offer a service which supports not only children but also parents.

Life at a tiney home nursery

tiney family pack

Want a flavour of what you can expect when you sign up with one of our tiney childminders? Have a look through our family pack, which should answer your big questions about all things tiney, from our education philosophy to how we make money - and lots more besides.

tiney book club

Sharing books is at the heart of all tiney home nurseries – it’s fantastic for children’s imaginations, for building vocabulary, for speaking and listening, for personal, social and emotional development, and so much more. Through our partnerships with Walker Books and the National Literacy Trust, our childminders run creative activities around a wonderfully diverse range of books.

Meet the tiney app

The tiney app makes life super simple. We streamline payments, daily communication, educational progress and much more to make every day happy.

For families the tiney app allows you to easily stay up-to-date with your child’s day. See all features for families

For tiney childminders, manage the day-to-day running of your nursery with the app. See all features for childminders

The key features of tiney home nurseries:

A home-from-home

Small ratios and strong, loving relationships

A highly personalised approach for each child

Regular book club and community events

Daily outdoor learning and home-cooked meals to keep children fit and healthy

Humour, fun, songs and stories

Child-led playful learning

A learning environment set up to give children choice and build their independence

Irresistible learning opportunities that develop a deep love of learning

Rich conversation and exploration, which builds children’s confidence and creativity

Sensitive support for children’s emotional development and a focus on building resilience

What makes tiney homes unique?

All home leaders go through a rigorous selection process. We accept less than 15% of applicants.

They get world-class training from education and safeguarding experts.

We visit their home nursery and vet them to standards above and beyond Ofsted.

We work together to deliver a great ongoing tiney home nursery experience.

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