Byerley Road Pre-School Playgroup

We offer ‘30 hours childcare for working parents’.

We are a day nursery and out of school club located in Shildon. Our last Ofsted inspection was rated 'good'.

We are able to offer funded and non funded places for 2, 3 and 4 year olds. Term time only.

We offer 15 hours or 30 hours funded places for eligible 3 and 4 year olds.

We offer 'pick-up' and 'drop off' facilities for children at Timothy Hackworth School Shildon.

We are now able to accept children aged from 1 year 9 months to 3yrs in our 2 year room.

To find out more about help with childcare costs please visit www.durham.gov.uk/childcarecosts

When is it on?

Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Session information
Monday to Friday 7.30am - 6.00pm
Flexible childcare
Breakfast and after school care

Who to contact

Contact name
Susan Calvert
Contact position
Registered Provider
Telephone
01388 773 299
07713 228 295
07811 922 004
E-mail
susancalvertbrps@outlook.com

Where to go

Address
2
Scott Street
Shildon
County Durham
Postcode
DL4 2DX

Other details

Cost description
Enquire for details.
Age range
From 2 years 6 months to 11 years

Availability

Childcare availability
Closed bank holidays
Before school
Term time
After school
Free 3/4 yr places
Yes
Free 2 yr places
Yes
Will be providing 30 hours
Yes

Vacancy details

Immediate vacancies?
Yes
Other information
Vacancies in September 2019 for 3yrs old children

Other details

School drop off/collection
Timothy Hackworth Primary School
Last Ofsted inspection grade
Good
Ofsted report
Click here to view the latest Ofsted inspection report

Local Offer

Local Offer description
  • We have a named SENCO/Speech and Language Development Officer
  • Disabled access/ramp for wheelchair access.
  • SENCO training of all staff relating to Special Needs
  • One-to-one support for a child if needed
  • Working at the child's level of development
  • Good relationship with other agencies
Contact name
Christine Stott
Contact telephone
07811 922 004
Contact email
susancalvertbrps@outlook.com

How does the early year's provision identify and assess children with special educational needs and disabilities?

How does the early year's provision identify and assess children with special educational needs and disabilities?

Childrens progress and development is assessed through the EYFS and any concerns regarding their development will be observed through the SEN code of practice of Assess Plan Do and Review.

If a child's development is a cause for concern this will be discussed with parents/carers and the best outcome agreed upon. Advice from other agencies will be requested where neccessary to obtain the best outcome for the child. Support would also be available through the SEND Early years team which could be D Catch Funding or an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP), support through Portage service, Outreach service, Equality and Inclusion Team.

How will the curriculum be matched to meet children's developmental needs?

How will the curriculum be matched to meet children's developmental needs?

Planning will be done to include all children and will be modified to each child's needs through the EYFS, a child's interests and development.

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the early years setting?

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the early years setting?

Specialist Services which may be assessed by the setting are:

  • SEND Early Years Team,
  • Education Psychology Department
  • Speach and Langauge Therapy
  • Health Visitors
  • Portage service
  • Equality and Inclusion team

                                                                         

What training have the staff supporting children with SEND had, or are having?

What training have the staff supporting children with SEND had, or are having?

We have a named SENCO who has training in:

  • SEND code of practice statutory SEND reforms
  • Supporting families with SEND
  • Reformed Autism Level 1
  • Visual Prompts to support children with SEN and Dissabilities.

All staff have training in Statutory SEND Reforms. Some staff have had a training in Autism Level 1. One member of staff has training for Autism Level 2, Learning to Talk/Talking to Learn, I can in-house training to develop their understanding, and support from outside Agencies.

How accessible is the early years setting environment? (indoors/outdoors)

How accessible is the early years setting environment? (indoors/outdoors)

There is ramp access for wheelchairs from indoors to outdoors and disabled toilet facilities.

How will the early years provision prepare and support my child(ren's) transition to their next educational establishment?

How will the early years provision prepare and support my child(ren's) transition to their next educational establishment?

Through transition children are supported by meeting new staff who visit us, visits to new setting with our staff, visits with parent/carer. Talking to children about what changes/environment they will be moving into. Communication between parents/carers our setting and new setting to provide detailed information of each individual child.

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Address: 2  Scott Street  Shildon  County Durham

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