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Contact Us

Central Support  0161 434 6555

Cheadle Royal  0161 428 9634
Christie Fields  0161 434 6594
Knutsford  01565 682090
Macclesfield  01625 615 027
Stockport  0161 241 1239

My daughter Freya absolutely loves Kids Allowed, you've encouraged her to be an independent and confident little girl.

Amanda, Knutsford

My son has so much fun every day and most of the time he does not want to leave in the evening. What more could we ask for!

Kelsey, Christie Fields

A fine balance between leaing and fun, Kids Allowed is a safe and secure environment for my child. Ultimate peace of mind.

David, Macclesfield

I cannot recommend this nursery enough, it has fantastic leaing environment, wonderful personable, hard working staff and clear operating procedures

Sam, Christies

I will remember fondly forever the good times, Christmas shows, graduation songs and even the bumps and bruises & messy times that have helped to shape his future so far!

Abbey W, Cheadle

When I picked him up it was clear he was having a wonderful time. I’d just like to thank all the staff at Stockport KA.

Miriam, Cheadle

Kids Allowed Stockport are having an Open Day on Saturday. Why not come for a look around? ...

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Powerful little story and a reminder why our approach to open ended creativity is so important and why we don't do "production line" art work at Kids Allowed. ...

Once a little boy went to school. One morning The teacher said: "Today we are going to make a picture." "Good!" thought the little boy. He liked to make all kinds; Lions and tigers, Chickens and cows, Trains and boats; And he took out his box of crayons And began to draw. But the teacher said, "Wait!" "It is not time to begin!" And she waited until everyone looked ready. "Now," said the teacher, "We are going to make flowers." "Good!" thought the little boy, He liked to make beautiful ones With his pink and orange and blue crayons. But the teacher said "Wait!" "And I will show you how." And it was red, with a green stem. "There," said the teacher, "Now you may begin." The little boy looked at his teacher's flower Then he looked at his own flower. He liked his flower better than the teacher's But he did not say this. He just turned his paper over, And made a flower like the teacher's. It was red, with a green stem. On another day The teacher said: "Today we are going to make something with clay." "Good!" thought the little boy; He liked clay. He could make all kinds of things with clay: Snakes and snowmen, Elephants and mice, Cars and trucks And he began to pull and pinch His ball of clay. But the teacher said, "Wait!" "It is not time to begin!" And she waited until everyone looked ready. "Now," said the teacher, "We are going to make a dish." "Good!" thought the little boy, He liked to make dishes. And he began to make some That were all shapes and sizes. But the teacher said "Wait!" "And I will show you how." And she showed everyone how to make One deep dish. "There," said the teacher, "Now you may begin." The little boy looked at the teacher's dish; Then he looked at his own. He liked his better than the teacher's But he did not say this. He just rolled his clay into a big ball again And made a dish like the teacher's. It was a deep dish. And pretty soon The little boy learned to wait, And to watch And to make things just like the teacher. And pretty soon He didn't make things of his own anymore. Then it happened That the little boy and his family Moved to another house, In another city, And the little boy Had to go to another school. The teacher said: "Today we are going to make a picture." "Good!" thought the little boy. And he waited for the teacher To tell what to do. But the teacher didn't say anything. She just walked around the room. When she came to the little boy She asked, "Don't you want to make a picture?" "Yes," said the little boy. "What are we going to make?" "I don't know until you make it," said the teacher. "How shall I make it?" asked the little boy. "Why, anyway you like," said the teacher. "And any color?" asked the little boy. "Any color," said the teacher. And he began to make a red flower with a green stem. ~Helen Buckley, The Little Boy

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Do you know anyone interested in a career in childcare? We are looking for apprentices for our September 2017 cohort. Please share and help us find some amazing talent. For fun loving people from age 16 to 60+!. ...

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