Giffard Park

Our Giffard Park setting is an acquisition to the Buttons portfolio, formally known as Giffard Park pre-School, Buttons acquired the setting from the previous Management Committee following a period of uncertainty.

The pre-school hours are: Tuesday - Friday 9.00 am - 12.00 pm, 12.00 pm - 15.00 pm or 9.00 am - 15.00 pm, we also offer breakfast club from 8.30 am daily.

For any inquiries or to book a tour please contact us at:

Or alternatively ring us on:

07580 497916

Buttons Giffard Park

Giffard Park Community Centre

Broadway Avenue

Giffard Park

Milton Keynes

MK14 5PY


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Meet The Team

Jo Manager - Designated Safeguearding Lead

Starting as an apprentice when Buttons opened in 2012, I am currently the Manager at Giffard Park with my Level 3 in Childcare, I am now currently studying towards my foundation degree. Prior to this post I was the manager of both Chepstow and Wolverton as well as the support manager for other settings during my time with the company.

I decided to go into childcare so I could make a difference to young children, as they learn the most in their first 5 years. I want to help progress and encourage children to be independent and confident for when they move onto school.

Hayley - Designated Safeguarding Lead

I am the Deputy Manager at Giffard park

Since qualifying with my NNEB level 3 in 1993, I have worked in various childcare settings, but Pre- School is my favourite.

My biggest role was becoming a mummy of twins in 2010.  I like to spend time with my family and friends.


I am the Senior Lead Practitioner at Giffard Park.

I have worked in childcare for over 13 years, initially as an assistant at the local Pre-School both my children had attended. I have worked up to my EYPS qualification. I love working in childcare, as every day is different and each child is an individual with their own needs and interests.

Outside of work I have two grown up children, and I enjoy playing Tennis and I am a qualified Tennis Referee.

Lynn - 

I have worked in a children's environment since 2009 and have a level 2 qualification.  
I enjoy spending time with my two daughters and family.

I'm Danielle,

I have experience in a diverse range of Early Years Settings, working with children 0-8 years. I am level 6 qualified having just completed my degree: BA Hons in Early Childhood Studies.

I have a passion for working with young children and hope to act as a role model. I find it extremely rewarding supporting their development, watching them achieve and making a difference to their little lives.

Ellie - Senco

Before joining Buttons I completed my level 3 in supporting learning in a classroom, I have known for a long time that I wanted to work with children so now working in early years I feel excited about the new opportunities that are inline for me.I’m due to be starting my level 3 in childcare and I'm also trained in working with children with Special educational needs.Outside work I help my mum run a local brownie group weekly and take them to camp for a week once a year.My life is surrounded by children and i wouldn’t change it

Nicoleta -

I am a Level 3 childcare practitioner, I have been working in childcare for over 7 years, I have recently moved to Milton Keynes, I enjoy doing voluntary work on the weekends.

I am looking forward to getting to know the area with my two children.


I have been working in childcare for the past 13 years with the majority of this time spent with 3 to 5 year olds. Preschool is my favourite age group.  I am a level 6 Early Years Practitioner.  I pursued a career in early childcare because I believe that it is such an amazing age group to work with and feel that you can make a great difference in a child’s life. 

I have two wonderful children who are 4 and 2 and enjoy spending time with my family.

My name is Sonya, i have worked in childcare for the past six years and hold a level 3 qualification.

I have two daughters and I enjoy spending time with them.

I find working with preschool aged children very rewarding and like to watch the children learn and grow through play.