Our baby centre is a special and happy place, filled with warmth, love and nurturing and, according to our Wonderland parents, the best baby centre in town
We’ve been caring for precious little ones for over 40 years – from tiny babies to two-year olds. Our experienced staff will make sure that your baby is happy, healthy and receiving the best possible care.
With their patient and kind motherly manner, and their happy laughter, our dedicated team of teachers and assistants consistently reassure and encourage the toddlers and babies in their care to have the confidence to explore the exciting world around them.
Little Lambs are our youngest babies. We keep the group small so that we can keep to each baby’s individual schedule. The babies are held and hugged and gently encouraged during the day.
Young babies spend time in the baby gym, on the cushion and of course doing ‘tummy time’. Activities and toys for older babies are varied and they are encouraged to move, sit and crawl.
The babies have their own little playground so that they can spend time outside in the fresh air. The classroom has a happy, relaxed atmosphere and is filled with music and laughter.
Caren von Doetinchem de Rande heads up the Baby Centre. Caren is passionate about babies and toddlers and has a gentle, motherly nature to the babies in her care (and sometimes to the Mommies too!).
Our babies are further cared for by a team of trained assistants; their commitment to the little ones can be seen in their caring smiles and positive attitude toward the babies.
These little explorers are the older babies who are walking and eager to see the world, but still need a lot of guidance and assistance.
This group of toddlers can be described in one word: busy! The toddler years are a time of rapid growth and development for a child, there is just so much to explore and do.
Every child develops differently and every child communicates and learns at his or her own pace, so there are a lot of learning activities on offer in this class for children to take advantage of as and when they become ready.
Even though these little people have a limited ability to express themselves they can understand a great deal. Learning takes place by doing, not by being told what to do, so activities for the children in this class are active and require physical movement and participation.