Safari Childcare

Safari Childcare Rathfarnham

Safari Childcare New Centre

White Pines


Dublin 16

Now Open

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Safari Childcare Cabra

Safari Childcare New Centre

Hamilton Gardens

Carnlough Road,


Dublin 7

Opening October 2023

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Safari Childcare Dún Laoghaire

Safari Childcare New Centre

50/51 Patrick Street


Co. Dublin


Opening April 2024

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Our goal as an early learning centre is to provide your child with subtle yet enjoyable forms of social, physical and academic stimulus through our special tailored curriculum.

Numerous studies have shown that children who have been exposed to quality curriculum based childcare before attending main stream schooling, display a greatly accelerated ability for social and academic progress in future years.

Our belief in working very closely with parents coupled with lengthy vetting and selection of only the most professional and dedicated childcare professionals is key to providing our standard of care.


Example Menu

We take the task of nourishing children’s minds and bodies very seriously and ensure that their diet is healthy and well balanced. We provide all meals throughout the day.

Includes a variety of cereals with milk (soya milk also provided). Diluted pure unsweetened fruit juice
Includes fruit & vegetable pieces, rice cakes, cracottes, scones, yoghurts, milk or water.
(Wobbler, Toddler & Preschool Room): Beef casserole served with broccoli, carrots and potatoes. Homemade beef burgers served with homemade oven chips. Mild chicken curry with apple and boiled rice. Beef lasagne. Spanish Omelette. Fish pie. Tender strips of griddled chicken served with homemade tomato ketchup are examples of weekly meals. (Baby Room): A variety of Vegetables (courgettes, carrots, cauliflower etc.) with Butternut squash, sweet potato or cous cous. Lamb, chicken, beef and fish are included in the meals depending on age of the baby.
Consists of a variety of homemade soups and sandwiches. Oven baked potato wedges served with baked beans. Italian peasant soup served with half a soft wholemeal bread roll. Vegetable pasta salad. Macaroni cheese are examples of weekly Tea.
Snacks are important to help meet the energy needs of children and are provided as required between meals. They include pineapple chunks, soup, bananas, raw vegetable slices, apple slices, crackers, scones, cheese strings and cold meat slices.

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