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Based in a large farmhouse on a private lane, we have 2 large gardens and access to a field! Outside we have swings, climbing frames, a trampoline, slides, bikes and lots more.
Inside we have a large playroom and a designated 'messy room' for arts & crafts.
Every day we go out & visit local attractions & facilities such as the beach, woods, parks, toddler groups etc.
All drinks & meals are provided and are included in our fees.
Who to contact
Mobile: 07837 322171
Where to go
Mylor Bridge bus route
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type From £5.30 Per Hour For a Full Day rate over 7 consecutive hours, 1 hour is free Per Full Day
- Hourly rate:
- Under 1 yr: £5.90
- 1-2yrs: £5.60
- 2-7yrs: £5.30
- 8-12yrs: £5.00
Before School standard fee*: £6
After School standard fee**: £12
After School late fee***: £16
*any time between 7:30am and 9am, inc breakfast and school drop off
**any time between 3pm and 5.30pm inc school pick up, snack and dinner
***any time between 3pm - 6pm inc school pick up, snack and dinner
- Age ranges
- From 3 months to 13 years 11 months
Inclusion within our setting
- Has provision
- Experience with
- Most diets catered for.
- Has provision
- Immediate vacancies
- We do not offer spaces for one day per week for under 5's. Minimum contracted days 1-5.
- Date updated
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
- Offers pickups
Mabe Community Primary School
Mylor Bridge Community Primary School
- SENCo name
- Rozanne Wakeling
Early Years Local Offer response
- Systems and strategies we have in place to identify children that may require additional support
We use an online EYFS tracking system called Baby's Days which enables us to track our children's progress and log any observations. This enables us to quickly determine any children that may need extra support.
- How we identify and support children's learning and development needs
Our staff have specific training in areas including behaviour training, Makaton training and attachment training. By using Baby's Days online tracking system we can easily identify children that are struggling in certain areas so we can work out the best way to support them.
- Links we have to other agencies
We work closely with all the relevant agencies when necessary to help support the child and famililies e.g Paediatricians, speech and language therapists and physiotherapists.
- How we support children transferring to school
We have good links with our feeder schools to ensure a smooth transition to school for the children. We provide support with settling in sessions and provide the schools with documentation about the children which the families or carers are happy to be shared. We welcome the class teachers to our setting to see what practices we have in place to support the children at our setting.
Learning and development
- Specialist skills or training our staff have
We have a range of staff members who have had training in SENCO, epilepsy, safeguarding, First Aid, Makaton, behaviour training, Epi-pen training and attachment training. We also have staff members that have used certain systems including TAC-PAC or followed Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and personalised plans for speech and language as well as physiotherapy plans.
- Support we offer regarding children's health and well-being
When children first start to attend our setting, we have settling in sessions where a key worker will be available to help the child feel safe and welcomed in to our setting. We also ensure that we meet with parents to discuss the children's likes and dislikes so we know lots of information about the child to enable a smooth transition in to our setting. Our setting carries out regular risk assessment plans for our activities and equipment to ensure the children are safe while with us.
- Ways we inform parents about how their child is being supported
We ensure we have a good relationship with parents or carers by sending out weekly emails and termly newsletters to inform them of our activities and menus. All parents are given an account for Baby's Days so they can follow their child's progress and see photos of the activities that have taken place for the week. All of our policies and plans are also accessible this way. We hold regular parent's evenings to discuss progress and any concerns that either we or the parents may have.
- Our complaints policy
Our complaints policy can be found on our Baby's Days website or a written letter of complaint can be sent to our Manager which will be replied to within 28 days.
- Alterations we have made to make our building accessible
We have wheelchair access through the use of a ramp, however, we are located in a farm house so we are limited to not being able to go upstairs with a wheelchair. Our activities for the children all happen downstairs which can be accessed by wheelchair users. We also have a discreet changing area and we provide visual supports to label the environment.
- Facilities we have for personal care
All of our staff are DBS checked and we have a strong key person system in place to make sure our children feel secure at all times with us. Our discreet changing area ensures that the children are respected at all times. We also use visual sequencing strips to help the children remember personal care routines.
- Specialist resources we have
We provide the use of sensory equipment and experiences for all our children on a regular basis. We use any equipment necessary for individual needs that have been identified through our tracking systems and with support from outside agencies e.g picture boards or walking frames.
- How we include all children in activities, such as trips
We have two minibuses that allow us to take children on regular outings and provides us with the space for extra equipment such as wheelchairs or pushchairs for babies. We carry out risk assessments for trips to identify potential barriers. We try to link in themes of learning to our trips so we talk to the children about where we are going and the type of things they may see to prepare them efficiently.
Last updated: 23/06/2016