Carbis Bay Nursery
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Set in the middle of Carbis Bay, Carbis Bay Nursery opened in April 2019
We are a small nursery setting taking young children from 2 years old, where we offer a calm and stimulating home from home environment, inspired by Montessori and Reggio ethos.
Children learn by having access to explore natural materials to find their creative sides with open ended resources.
2,3 and 4 year old funding is also accepted within the setting, as well as the 30 hour funding
Holidays clubs are also available for non registered children for up to 8 years old where we provide a weekly activity programme
Who to contact
- Contact name
- Alice Coppinger
- Contact position
- 01736 795824
Where to go
Carbis Bay Nursery
- TR26 2LJ
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £4.50 Per Hour
- Where we offer flexible hours to suit the needs of each individual family, we can also provide set hours and prices which can be as follows
8am -1pm £22.50
A school session is also something we are able to offer which 8.30am-3.30pm this can allow for you to drop off older siblings in surrounding schools and pick up after. This is charged at £30.
Additional hours is also an option which are priced at £4.50 per hour
- Do you offer a free or reduced rate to carers?
Inclusion within our setting
- Has provision
- Experience with
- Languages spoken
- Are there any pets at the setting?
- Immediate vacancies
- Date updated
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
Opening times & facilities
- Opening times
Opening times Day Opening time Closing time Monday 8am 6pm Tuesday 8am 6pm Wednesday 8am 6pm Thursday 8am 6pm Friday 8am 6pm
- Offers pickups
- SENCo name
- Alice Coppinger
Early Years Local Offer response
- Systems and strategies we have in place to identify children that may require additional support
All children are allocated a key person during their settling sessions, and will then be assessed within all areas of learning within the first 6 weeks of starting with us, this is achieved by the key person completing a baseline assessment. The key worker will then carry out ongoing observations to oversee children's progress. . If the key person has any concerns about a child, they will share these with the parents and the Nursery SENCO. If, after these discussions we feel that specialist support is needed, the SENCO will refer to the appropriate outside agency informing the parent/carers at each step in the process.
- How we identify and support children's learning and development needs
The child's key person is responsible for taking observations which could be of adult led or child led activities, all observations are linked to the Early Years Foundation Stage. If children are not meeting their expectations we would put our strategies in place - More focused observations would be made to help make our decision on our next step, This could be with the parents permission a referral or us as a setting using our skills to support the child and family
- Links we have to other agencies
We have links to the Early Years Inclusion Service, Speech and Language Therapists, Paediatricians, Health Visitors. Social services, Portage workers. We also have links with services who can help us to support children and families with English as an additional language.
- How we support children transferring to school
We have good links with our local school, where we invite their teacher to come in and meet the children and their key person, we are then able to share information about each child's learning and development. We also meet the children at the school on their first school visit. Once back at nursery we share pictures with the children at Nursery of their new school to help familiarise the children
Learning and development
- Specialist skills or training our staff have
All members of staff at the setting are all qualified practitioners with at least a level 3 in Children and Young People, All staff have a up to date Paediatric First Aid, Safeguarding and Food Hygiene Certificate.
We also have members of staff who have SENCO and Level 3 Child Protection training
- Support we offer regarding children's health and well-being
We offer healthy snacks and drinks which are balanced and nutritious such as Milk/Water, Fruit and crackers. On registration parents/carers are asked to fill in registration forms which outlines any allergies or dietary requirements a child may have. Policies and procedures are in place for illness and infections
- Ways we inform parents about how their child is being supported
Parents and carers are able to speak to members of staff each drop off and pick up. Every term we provide parents meetings for each child who attends and if we have any concerns about a child's development, parents will be consulted.
- Our complaints policy
Carbis Bay Nursery believes that children and parents are entitiled to expect courtest and careful attentoin to their needs and wishes.
MAKING A COMPLAINT
1 – Any parent that has a concern about the setting talks first of all to the management. Most complaints should be resolved at this stage as an informal complaint.
2 – If this does not resolve the issue, a parent should put in writing to the Owner their concerns. This will be stored in their child’s personal file and Carbis Bay Nursery complaint files. When the owner has investigated the complaint, a meeting will be held with the parent and a written response given. All written complaints will be responded to within 28 days.
3 – If the parent is not satisfied with the outcome, they should request a meeting with the Manager and Owner. The parent should have someone to accompany them and minutes of the meeting will be taken as well as any decision or outcome recorded. If this is signed by both parent and Manager it signifies that the procedure has been completed
4 – If the complaint is still not resolved, an outside agency will be involved to mediate (such as Family Services) and then written minutes recorded of any outcome or conclusion to the complaint
5 – Parents can call Ofsted directly at any stage of the above procedure on 0300 123 1231 Ofsted, Piccadilly Gate, Store Street, Manchester, M1 2WD.
These details are displayed on the notice board in reception
Records are kept on site of any complaints in the designated complaints file.
- Alterations we have made to make our building accessible
- Facilities we have for personal care
We have an accessible bathroom with three small toilets and a Nappy Station
- Specialist resources we have
None at present but can access if needed
- How we include all children in activities, such as trips
Our nursery is fully inclusive in meeting the needs of all children particularly those from a diverse background. We are committed to anti-discriminatory practice and aim to:
- Provide a secure and accessible environment in which all children can flourish and in which all contributions are valued and considered
- Include and value the contribution of all families to our understanding of equality and diversity
We provide an environment where all children are supported to reach their full potential.
In this aim we:
- Ensure our provision is inclusive to all children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)
- Support parents and families
- Identify the specific needs for all SEN children
- Work in partnership with all agencies and parents
- Monitor and review our policy, practice and make adjustments if necessary
Last updated: 05/06/2019