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Mylor Bridge Pre-School
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)

At Mylor Pre-School our aim is to provide a safe and caring environment where all children are encouraged and able to make choices and learn and explore to their own abilities. We offer a wide range of activities for the children to experience, these include an assortment of creative activities such as junk modelling, painting and collage, cooking, gardening and music. The pre-school children benefit from the daily use of a safe and secure garden area where they can enjoy water and sand play, explore the mud kitchen, role play in the willow den and outdoor playhouse with kitchen, be involved in a range of physical activities and ride on trikes and scooters on the tarmacked area.



Who to contact

Contact name
Jo Burton
Contact position
Play leader
01326 377565
Mylor Bridge Pre-School's facebook page

Where to go

The Chapel Schoolroom
The Chapel Schoolroom, Mylor Methodist Church,
Comfort Road
Mylor Bridge
TR11 5SE


Other details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£14/15 Per 3 hour session
£2 Before school
£5 Lunch Club
Our session rates are
£14 3-4yr olds
£15 2 yr olds
Do you offer a free or reduced rate to carers?

Inclusion within our setting

Wheelchair access

Has provision
Access but no disabled toilets.

Dietary needs

Has provision
Experience with
Lactose free
Gluten free
Egg intolerance
Nut allergy
Dairy free
We would provide a snack that is suitable for all, catering for all dietary requirements.

Cultural provisions

Has provision
Experience with
Yes would have an understanding
Open to all
Languages spoken


We support all other languages and ensure that we access the Early Years team to support us in best supporting those children and families for whom English is an additional language.

Pet provisions

Are there any pets at the setting?

Childcare information


Immediate vacancies
Spaces are offered regards to age, with priority given to children who will move into school the following September, though we can usually accommodate all who apply Places are available Monday - Friday
Vacancy range(s)
From 2 years to 5 years (spaces available: 10)
Date updated

Funded places

3 & 4 year old funding
2 year old funding

Opening times & facilities

Opening times
Opening times
DayOpening timeClosing time
Monday 08:30:00 15:00:00
Tuesday 08:30:00 15:00:00
Wednesday 08:30:00 15:00:00
Thursday 08:30:00 15:00:00
Friday 08:30:00 15:00:00

School pickups

Offers pickups

Ofsted information

Ofsted URN
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 
Inspection history
Inspection History
Inspection DateInspection typeInspection Outcome
23/11/2010Inspection (Early Years Register)Good
26/03/2015Inspection (Early Years Register)Good
11/12/2019Inspection (Early Years Register)Good

Inclusion details

Saint Piran's Flag
SENCo name
Rachael Cairns

Early Years Local Offer response

Learning and development

Systems and strategies we have in place to identify children that may require additional support

All children are allocated a key worker when they begin attending the setting. The key worker is responsible for completing learning journeys which contain observations, termly monitoring assessments, two year old progress check, baseline and initial profile. Observations are carried out to assess all children's learning and their stages of development. Using the termly monitoring assessments key workers are able to assess how children are making progress and create action plans for children that need extra help and support.

How we identify and support children's learning and development needs

Learning journeys for each child are completed using observations linked to 'The Early Years foundation Stage'. The setting use the electronic learning journal, Tapestry.  We continually monitor based on high-quality observations and plan enriched activities based on the children's interests and learning needs. We are able to use our information to track children's individual progress and to plan activities which we ensure are based on children's interests, needs and abilities in both the weekly and termly planning. This information is shared with parents and SENCO. We also have access to the ECAT monitoring tool to refer to when making our observation which enables us to identify any speech and language needs for all children attending.

Links we have to other agencies

We have been supported by The Early Years Inclusion Team including an Autism Worker, Health Visitors, Speech and Language Therapists and the Locality 3 SENCO. We have good links with the class teachers at Mylor Bridge C.P. School and Flushing C.E. School.

How we support children transferring to school

Teachers from both Mylor and Flushing schools attend social events at the pre-school for children and parents if able to attend. During the summer term the children who will attend Mylor Bridge C.P. School have weekly visits to the classroom for stories and play opportunities. Learning journeys and monitoring sheets are shared with reception teachers so that they have a good understanding of each child's interests, needs and abilities. There may be additional meetings with schools to support transition for children with SEND and their families.


Specialist skills or training our staff have

All staff hold a relevant level 3 or higher qualification. Staff are knowledgeable and also have many years experience working in childcare which is beneficial to the group. Staff have had training in  Paediatric First Aid. One member has training in Makaton. Staff have all had safeguarding training. The SENCO attends network meetings to ensure SEND knowledge is kept up to date. Staff take part in training programmes to develop their knowledge and skills.

Support we offer regarding children's health and well-being

Children's key workers liaise with parents regularly to ensure we have up to date information for children regarding changes to health or home life, this enables us to support children's differing needs. Key workers support children so they learn to share and take turns, value others ideas and thoughts, are able to make choices and to be independent. Children have access to an enclosed garden space everyday, rain or shine, where they are able to take part in physical activities and games and gardening activities.

Ways we inform parents about how their child is being supported

Staff build strong relationships with parents and carers and are available to talk with them everyday. Parents are encouraged to contribute to their children's learning journeys by adding comments about their child's current interests or achievements. The online Tapestry Learning journey is used and so parents have immediate access to observations made and learning journeys are available at all times for parents.

Our complaints policy

We follow statutory guidelines and procedures as laid out in our complaints policy.


Alterations we have made to make our building accessible

The building is one large light level room which is accessible for all children.

Facilities we have for personal care

We have two toilets for children to use and lower level hand basins and a nappy changing area.

Specialist resources we have

Resources are adapted to meet the needs of each individual child.

How we include all children in activities, such as trips

All children are supported and included in all activities and trips. We regularly take children on local outings.  Our setting ensures that a high adult: child ratio is in place and thorough risk assessments are carried out.

Last updated: 04/05/2022

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