Blagur Haf Crèche

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The Crèche staff are: Melissa Connah, Samantha McNamara + Support Staff (see School Staff)

Our School has catered for nursery children since 1982.

At the Crèche we provide quality child care and education for children aged 12 weeks to 5 years in a relaxed, caring environment by experienced nursery staff.

Blagur Haf is situated on the site of Caergeiliog Foundation School.

Contact Details:

Our contact address is:            

FAO Lindsea Roberts (Registered Person)

Meithrinfa Blagur Haf

Ysgol Caergeiliog Foundation School

Lon Bach



LL65 3NP

Tel (01407) 740619

Opening Hours

  •  Monday to Friday 7:30am – 6:00pm
  • Open 50 weeks a year


Blagur Haf Creche prices

Forms will be issued for the setting up of Standing Orders for monthly payments.  Payments are to be made on the 1st of each month – in advance

We would always recommend that you view the Unit before making your final decision to place your child with us.  Following your visit to Blagur Haf the process of enrolment is as follows: 

We will check our availability to ensure the days or sessions you require are available.  If your required sessions are available we will issue you with the Unit’s Registration Forms.

If your required days or sessions are unavailable you can elect to place your child on our Waiting List.  Our Waiting List operates on a ‘first come, first served’ basis however priority is given to children who currently have siblings attending Caergeiliog Foundation School.

Aims and Objectives:

  • provide a safe, secure, welcoming and happy environment for children from the ages of 12 weeks to 5 years.
  • provide quality experiences for children aged 0 to 3 years.
  • follow the Foundation Phase Framework for children aged 3 to 5 years in order to provide quality activities and experiences to promote each child’s development and learning in all 8 areas of the curriculum.
  •  Enable each child to become a confident individual, an effective contributor, a successful learner and a responsible citizen.

The wellbeing of children and young people is at the heart of our provision and thus we aim to:

  • treat every child as an individual and meet additional needs regardless of gender, race, nationality and culture without discriminating.
  • encourage equal opportunities for all children and adults involved with the nursery.
  • recognise the value of parents input and encourage them to share in their children’s learning.
  • promote positive behaviour by praising, encouraging and being attentive to the needs of the children.
  • continually assess the guidance available from all sources, particularly government departments and have best practice in all areas.
  • value all staff highly and ensure that every opportunity is given to each staff member to develop their personal skills and to broaden their knowledge and skills in caring for and educating your children.

Partnership with Parents:

You, as parents are the prime educators of your children in their earliest years. We therefore welcome and encourage parents’ involvement in the nursery. 

We have an ‘open door’ policy in place and members of staff are always available to listen to your comments and suggestions.

Effective communication between parents and nursery staff is important to provide the best possible care for your children.  We would appreciate if you could inform crèche/nursery staff of any circumstances, either temporary or permanent which may affect your child’s emotional or physical wellbeing to ensure your child receives additional support if necessary.  A member of staff will be available to speak to you on a daily basis to discuss your child’s progress and answer any questions you may have.

You will be kept informed of nursery events and activities through our notice board in the entrance hall, newsletters and via our website.