Jack & Jill's Childcare - Trevorder
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We offer quality childcare for children aged18 months-5 yrs for both service and civilian families. We have a recent good Ofsted report Our setting has qualified, dedicated and experienced staff who provide a fun and stimulating environment for children to learn and grow.
We offer Two and Three year old funding and 30 hours funding.
Monday to Friday 9:15 to 3;15
Lunch clubs and afternoon sessions
Contact Louise Moulton 01752 812970
Who to contact
- Contact name
- Louise Moulton
- Contact position
- 01752 812970
Where to go
- Jack & Jill's Childcare
- PL11 2NS
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £9.00 Per 3 hour session £3.50 Lunch Club £19.00 Per Full Day
- We do ask that payment is made in advance.
- Please enter details including what proof is required for the free or reduced rate
- If you are entitled to two year funding or 30 hours we would require the code issued to be filled out on the relevant paper work.
Inclusion within our setting
- Has provision
- Not at present but in the process of trying to fund one
- Has provision
- Experience with
- In the setting we have catered for; Nut allergies. To help this child staff undertook Eppi pen training. Lactose intolerance. Vegetarian. Type 1 diabetic, we worked with a diabetic nurse to receive training and information. We offer a healthy snack option and would adapt the food on offer to ensure all could access. All food allergies are risk assessed.
- Has provision
- Experience with
Yes would have an understanding
Multi cultural training
- We cover different cultural festivals throughout the year and provide multi cultural resources for the children to experience such as puzzles, dolls, costumes, books and posters. We also have links with our local children centre so could access a wider range of equipment. We have accessed our local EAL team for training and advice. We receive a big bag of books on loan from the local library once a term with a variety of different books for the children to read. We welcome parents and family members into the setting and have encouraged our children to try a variety of multi cultural foods.
- Languages spoken
- Are there any pets at the setting?
- List of pets
- Other furred animal
- Immediate vacancies
- We have spaces available in various sessions throughout the week. We offer am, pm and all day sessions.
- Vacancy range(s)
- From 18 months years to 5 years (spaces available: )
- Date updated
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
Opening times & facilities
- Opening times
Opening times Day Opening time Closing time Monday 9:15 3:15 Tuesday 9:15 3:15 Wednesday 9:15 3:15 Thursday 9:15 3:15 Friday 9:15 3:15
- Offers pickups
- SENCo name
- Louise Moulton
Early Years Local Offer response
- Systems and strategies we have in place to identify children that may require additional support
On initial entry we will have conversations with the parent/carer, about their child and a registration form is filled out. We also provide an Starting points booklet to be filled out with the parent to provide more detailed information about their child. We use EYFS tracking sheets for all children and through our observations we plan for the individual child. The ECAT monitoring tool is used to assess the children's language and communication. Within the first few weeks of attending pre school staff complete a 2 year check/ on entry assessment. The parent is then invited to come in and discuss their child's development with the key person. At the end of every term a summative assessment is carried out on all children, parents are then invited in for a consultation. We use cohort tacking to help us identify children's individual needs. Our staff attend regular training to enable them to have a strong knowledge of child development. We have accessed place plus funding in the past and if required would be able to access it again in the future.
- How we identify and support children's learning and development needs
Staff have attend some Makaton training, sensory training, behaviour management, ELDP, visual training and supporting boys with communication. We work closely with outside professions such as, SLT and the SENCO team and follow agreed targets for children to achieve. All staff have attended on a two day course to enable us to use it as part of our general practice. After our visuals training we have implemented the use of spot timers and visual timetables for the whole group.
- Links we have to other agencies
We regularly work with speech and language, SENCO and health visitors. We have also worked with the portage team, family support, behaviour support team, A CDC teacher and an educational psychologist. It is also possible to access other agencies if needed. All outside agencies are welcomed into the setting at any time and we value their support.
- How we support children transferring to school
We have two local feeder schools who we welcome in to visit our setting this allows the children to meet them in a familiar environment. The class teacher is given the opportunity to read through the child;s learning journeys to give them a broader insight into the child and their development. The children are invited by the class teacher for a visit with their parent/carer. We talk to the children about their new schools, the name of their new teacher and who is in their class. All staff have attended transition training to make the process as smooth as possible for the whole family.
Learning and development
- Specialist skills or training our staff have
Our staff are level three trained in childcare with one working toward her qualification. We have undertaken many different courses to enhance the welfare of the children in our care such as: Healthy eating for the under fives, Eppi pen training, Enhanced health and safety, Safeguarding. Visual support. Behaviour management, ELDP to support speech and language. Regular SENCO cluster meetings.
- Support we offer regarding children's health and well-being
All Staff have attended safeguarding training with the designated person being Louse Moulton. Risk assessments have been carried out on all fixtures and fittings as well as toys and equipment which are reviewed annually or as needed. Daily visual risk assessments are carried out both internal and externally. All new equipment and activities are risk assessed before use. To promote the children's PSED in our setting staff have attended training. We have puppets and a theatre, verbal and sticker rewards. We have an open door policy so parents and carers are welcome at any time. Staff have been involved in the early support process and have attended and contributed in TAC meetings. All children have a key person to support them through their time with us. We have support systems in place for children of service families and as an organisation we have access to the Early Years Bereavement Toolkit. We can also Access CANHS and Penhaligans Friends and other such organisations that support children emotionally. We are healthy eating setting that support to parents on how to create healthy lunch boxes. We have free flow play to our outside area to enable the children to be active and get exercise. We also offer parents if wanted or needed with advice, guidance or day to day support to ensure the whole families well being.
- Ways we inform parents about how their child is being supported
We have an open door policy which allows parents to talk to all staff and view the child's learning journey when ever they wish. We have comments, concerns and complaints forms to enable feedback from parents. We have used translators in the past to support EAL. Parents are given free access to all our core policies and procedures. We also inform parents on entry how we operate, there are newsletters and a Facebook page with topics and updates and we meet with parent/carers every term to go through learning journeys.
- Our complaints policy
If a parent wants to complain they can so verbally or with a letter to with the manager, the area coordinator or the committee. Staff can also follow the same procedures. We keep a written file of any complaints with all things dated.
- Alterations we have made to make our building accessible
Our main outer door has recently been widened to enable wheelchair access. We have been unable to provide a ramp at this time but have one entrance with two small steps and have put in a hand rail. The steps have also had the edges painted. Light switches are all outlined with high visibility tape and all doors are a different colour to the walls to assist visually impaired persons. We have a step up changing station that is partitioned to allow for discreet changing.
- Facilities we have for personal care
We provide a discreet changing area. Children who are toilet training have the option of a potty, toilet seat. All staff are DBS checked. The bathrooms have a visual sequencing strips for hand washing and toileting.
- Specialist resources we have
All toilets and sinks have steps to enable all children to access them. We have a range of speech and language equipment such as, toddler talk, communication books and babbling babies. We also use visual time lines and a large spot clock to warn children of impending changes.
- How we include all children in activities, such as trips
When we go on trips we ask parents to accompany so all children have one to one. All trips are risk assessed. We provide props, toys and visuals to all children before any trip. Parents are ask to provide transport for their children, when we provide transport we source a reputable company that complies to all legal and safety laws. All adults are aware of all children's needs with designated adults to assist children with specific needs.
Last updated: 03/04/2019