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Alter Domus

Association of Jersey Architects

Aztec Group

Barclays

Centre Point

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Digital Jersey

Digital Leadership Programme

Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust / Jersey Zoo

EY

Garenne

Geek Talent

GR8

Grant Thornton

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Highlands College

HSBC

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Infrastructure, Housing and Environment - Sport Division

Ink Blot Creative

IQ-EQ

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Jacksons

JE3.com

Jenca Music

Jersey Construction Council

Jersey Dairy

Jersey Electricity

Jersey Employer Group

Jersey Employment Trust

Jersey Finance

Jersey Hospitality Association

Jersey Overseas Aid

Jersey Sport

Jersey Village Vets

Jersey Youth Service

JT

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KPMG

La Petite Ecole

La Rocque Fisheries

Langham Hall

Les Amis

LV Care Group

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Motor Mall

Normans

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Office of the Children's Commissioner

Onogo

Orthoptic Department

Our Hospital Project

Park

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Pizza Express

Ports of Jersey

PwC

RAF

RBC

RJ Response

Rok Group

SandpiperCI

Sanne

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The Shelter Trust

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Waitrose

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We are a large childcare Charity that caters for children aged 0 until 15. We have two large Nurseries, Breakfast Club, After School Club, Holiday Club, Targeted Short Breaks Club and Street Angels our Street Dance and Graffiti Club.We provide 85% of all childcare in Jersey. Playcare is available before, school after and during the holidays. We are open 7AM TO 6PM all year around. We believe in the value and importance of play.

Children want and need to play and through THAT they develop abilities TO explore their creativity and learn about themselves, other people and the world around them. We aim, therefore, to create spaces in which children are free to play with natural materials and in methods of their own choosing.

We encourage children to freely explore their capabilities with minimal adult interference, thereby encountering and dealing with the world around them in a way which suits them. This practice is in line with modern child development and Playcare thinking. We aim to provide this service to all families who require it at an affordable rate without compromising on the quality of care being offered.

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