Lyndsay Botten Childminding
"GOOD" Ofsted Registered child-minder
Poachers Cottage, 28, Waterloo Lane, Skellingthorpe, Lincoln, LN6 5SL Directionshttps://www.yell.com/biz/lyndsay-botten-childminding-lincoln-7482101/#view=map
Ofsted registered child minder Spaces from September 2015. Please feel free to contact me to discuss further.
Providing an environment that is safe, fun and inspiring; where all children are exceptional.
We enjoy lots of creative and child led activities as well as free play.
I have a selection of toys, books, games, puzzles and dressing up items as well as play dough crafts, arts and musical instruments.
I have a secure garden where children can enjoy the outdoor environment; I have ride on toys, ball games, hoops, climbing frame with slide, skipping ropes and much more.
I have a Wii, X Box and PS3; play is agreed with parents beforehand. I also attend local play groups where children can take part in activities.
Children should be given the best possible start in life and I like to work closely with parents to meet their childs individual needs.
I believe in providing a safe and welcoming environment for children so that they may feel at home. Children also need time to relax and are able to do so either by reading a book or watching a short film.
Products & Services
Open all year
From birth to 15
Saint Lawrence school drop off/pick up (from Sept)
New Born Experience
Special Needs Experience
First Aid Training
Healthy Snacks / Meals
7 Seater Car
Garden with play equipment
Lyndsay was my sons full-time (8.30am-5.30pm) childminder from January 2012 to August 2012, the only reason she is no longer his childminder is because we moved away from the area.
Lyndsay did lots of activities with him and he was always beaming from ear to ear telling me about all the fun he had been having during his day
Lyndsay kept me very informed and sent the odd picture to me of him whilst I was at work, which was always nice to see.
I would recommend Lyndsay to anyone.
She was great with all the children in her care and treated them all as equals.
The most important thing for me was that my son was happy and felt secure whilst I was not there and I know that he was with Lyndsay.