Nuturing

We provide a fun, safe learning environment with healthy snacks and cooked meals.

Experienced

We are mothers who also have a nursing and teaching background.

Activities

We love to play; indoors as well as the garden. We also take trips to the library, play groups, museum and more.

School Runs

We offer drop off and pick up at the following schools in Maidstone:

  • St Michael’s C of E Junior School
  • St Francis’ Catholic Primary School
  • West Borough Primary School

A fun and caring home for your little treasures away from home.

Cece’s Rainbow Kids is an ofsted register early years childcare provider offering childminding services as well as before and after school care for children aged 1 year to 11 years old in our setting in Maidstone, Kent.

It is run by childminder, Cecilia, an Ofsted registered childminder who has a nursing background and 4 assistants who are all DBS checked and non-smokers. We offer care from 6.45am to 6.45pm on weekdays, all year round, except family holidays and bank holidays.

We believe that children learn a lot through play and should be encouraged to initiate play which the adult can extend according to the child’s level of understanding.

Our setting is conveniently located with access to St Francis, St Michael’s and West Borough Primary Schools. Home cooked meals are also provide to the children and healthy snacks are readily available. We also receive funding to provide free early education for children aged two, three and four years.

Our Team

Assistant – Filipa De Barros

Assistant – Diana Peter

Assistant – Victoria Lomas (Level 2 Early Years Education)

 

We promote cultural capital and diversity as staff are from all different backgrounds: South African, Portuguese, Indian and English.

All staff at Cece’s Rainbow kids are currently studying for a Level 3 Diploma in Early Years Education.

Did we mention we were rated Good by Ofsted!

The childminder and her assistant work well together to provide consistent learning and care experiences for children.

They share observations of children’s learning and explore how they can further develop children’s skills.