Nursery managed by Children's centre. Open Monday-Friday, 7.45am-5.45pm for 0 - 4years. Costs £96.50 - £383 per week. Please see website for full fee structure. Wheelchair accessible toilets & building. *SEN. Last EY Ofsted Inspection Grade: Good
Nurseries and playgroups must have processes in place to support all children including children with SEND (special educational needs and/or disabilities). These include:
- a SEND Policy stating how children’s needs are supported within the setting (available on the settings website or by request)
- a qualified, experienced member of staff as their SENCo (special educational needs coordinator) to oversee day to day support of children with SEND, work closely with parents and, if necessary, external professionals
- ongoing training and development to help staff recognise and support children with a range of SEND
- links with Health Visitors involved in universal progress checks or developmental reviews i.e. 27th Month Integrated Reviews that support identification of additional need
- links with Children’s Centres and the process for referring families for Early Support or MAT – Multi Agency Team support if needed
- links with an Area SENCo who supports children with SEND transferring into and out of the setting and into school
- links with specialist teams from education and health services who can inform, advise and support parents and settings to meet the needs of children with SEND. Referrals require parental permission.
Additional funding may be available for children with SEND. Settings are informed of and supported to:
How to Get Here
Buses; 393, 106, 276, 253 & 253
Nearest train station: Stoke Newington Station
Pay & display parking
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest ofsted inspection report
- Inspection history
|Inspection Date||Inspection type||Inspection Outcome|
|05/09/2018||Inspection (Early Years Register)||Good|
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