Child Dynamix has been delivering quality childcare since 2001. As a charity and social enterprise, we are passionate about what we do and believe that all children have the right to access environments and activities that will enable them to thrive. We have dedicated, qualified and skilled teams across all of our nurseries who have the advantage of learning from each other and drawing on the expertise across all of our nurseries.
We invest in our teams and in our environments by creating special places for all children and their families.
The nurseries also support the wider work of the charity including family support and parenting and our work with young people. Janet Genter Community Nursery was opened in June 2001.
Child Dynamix Community Nursery is a community-focused nursery, which offers a family-friendly service tailored to meet your needs. So if you work shifts or term time only for example we can offer childcare at times to suit your individual family needs. We are proud to have embedded ourselves in the heart of the community since 2001 (starting as Janet Genter Nursery initially, until being re-branded in 2017). We have a variety of learning spaces inside to accommodate children of different ages and an exciting outside environment with a mud kitchen, bug hotel, large sandpit and boat!
Our mantra is: Be passionate, chase excellence and add value to every family we serve!
We have become part of the East Hull Association of Schools." starting with the end in sight" places early years at the heart of local learning. As a member of this organisation, Child Dynamix carries out Mock OFSTED inspections through an organisation called INCYTE alongside the Schools in the Association. This helps us to ensure we are focused on children's learning journey through their early years and supporting them with the grown-up move into "big" school!
We are a Steps to Quality Nursery (Quality assured scheme ran through Hull City Council Early Years Team) and have achieved Step One accreditation.
OFSTED graded "GOOD" May 2019
If you would like to read the latest OFSTED report click here.