Egloshayle Baby & Toddler Group
Services and organisations that have the Local Offer flash have filled out inclusion information, meaning that they meet the needs of people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
Baby and toddler sessions for children aged 0-3, older siblings are welcome. We provide a safe and happy environment for children to play, learn and interact and provide a welcoming place for parents and carers to meet people, make friends and feel supported.
We offer a variety of baby and toddler toys and equipment, craft and construction activities and sand and water play.
For the children we provide a healthy snack and whole milk or water to drink, following snack we have story, music and song time. Parents and carers can also enjoy a hot drink and cake.
These sessions operate every Thursday mornings 10am - 11.30am during term time only.
First session is free, then every tenth session is free, this is done by way of a loyalty card which is stamped on each visit.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Egloshayle Baby & Toddler Group
Egloshayle Playing Fields
- PL27 6AQ
Time / date details
- When is it on?
- Thursday 10am - 11.30am
- Time of day
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £2:50 Per Session £1.00 siblings Per Child
- Loyalty cards - First visit is free and then £2.50 per visit. The price includes a hot drink and cake for parents/carers, a healthy snack and whole milk or water for children. Collect nine stamps and tenth visit is free. £1.00 for each additional sibling.
- Do you offer a free or reduced rate to carers?
- Age ranges
- From 0 years 0 months to 3 years
- Referral required
- How we make our service inclusive
We display an inclusive policy on the parents noticeboard, access for all needs and disabilities e.g. toilet facilities. All staff attend specialist training, e.g. Makaton, Visual Aids, Special Educational Needs. The building is purpose built with adaptations to cover all disability needs. All parents and children are made welcome, catering for all children's individual needs and requirements in our setting.
- Staff SEND experience
All members of staff have basic Makaton, Emma Jeffery, the deputy manager has Senco, Safe guarding, and has attended Managing Behaviour training in May 2018. The Pre-School Supervisor has worked with other professionals, attended TAC and Early Support Meetings working with Speech and Language Therapists with children who have attended the Pre-School sessions with SEND. Emma Jeffery, the deputy manager, along with Sally McGowan, the manager, runs the group, who have full First Aid certificates, Food hygiene and are aware of specific dietary needs some children may have.
- How our service supports providers / schools / colleges
Managers meet with parents, children and new school providers to provide an easy transition; through meetings or with other professionals working with children with additional needs and requirements. The Keyperson also works with the parents and the child prior to transition. Our setting agrees with parents for information to be shared as part of the transition process.
- Other local or national support
Area Senco's. Early Help Assessment. Specialist advice from other professionals. Speech and Language Therapists, Health Visitor, Portage and Educational Psychologists.
- Resolving disagreements, mediation and making complaints
We have a Complaints Policy in place. All parents on starting their child at Pre-School receive a copy. There are clear steps marked in the policy about resolving problems. The first point of contact is to speak to the Supervisor/Manager and most complaints are resolved amicably and informally. If this does not have a satisfactory outcome then there are clear and detailed steps in the policy about making a written complaint, the holding of meetings or referring to mediation.
Last updated: 03/01/2019