Railway Children Elsecar Nursery
Railway children nurseries do not run on a session basis. We have a friendly, flexible approach to meet the needs of you and your children. We charge by the hour so we can fit around your hours of work and shift patterns. We offer different types of contracts to suit each parents needs; as & when required, term time only and 51 week.
We offer wrap-around care to compliment our full day care. Breakfast, after school plus a holiday club is available and we collect and drop off to most of the local schools around us.
Breakfast club is based at our Elsecar setting, and we do offer wrap around cover for those children who's siblings attend.
After School and Holiday Club is based at our Brampton Cortonwood setting in Barnsley. We would collect your child from the local school and transport them down to Brampton to the after school club.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Building 13, Elsecar Heritage Centre
- S74 8HJ
Elsecar Train Station 5 minutes walk away.
Buses come every 10 - 15 minutes.
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £5.50 Childcare Cost per hour: 0-1yrs £5.50 Childcare Cost per hour: 2yr olds £5.30 Childcare Cost per hour: 3-4yr olds
- Please telephone Jenny for more information as we offer full-time day care discounts and siblings discounts.
- 0 years,1 months
- 11 years,0 months
- Immediate vacancies
- We have a number of vacancies across the nursery. Please call for more details.
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
- Opening Times
Opening Times Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday to Friday 07:00 18:00
- Offers pickups
St Helen's Catholic Primary
Brampton Ellis C of E (Rotherham)
The Ellis Church of England VA Primary
Wentworth CofE Junior and Infant
Elsecar Holy Trinity CE VA Primary
- We will consider others schools not listed. Please call Jenny for further information
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest ofsted inspection report
We currently have a number of qualified and trained SENDCOs and other practitioners.
For example we have had training in:
Epi-pen, Peg feeding, Epilepsy, Diabeties, Alergies and Makaton
However, we will undertake any training necessary to support the needs of your child.
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- How do we offer support to children or young people with a special educational need or disability?
As an early years setting we work within the Early Years Foundation Stage where we observe and assess and plan to each individual child. We are able to identify children who may need additional help if you have any concerns feel free to talk to us. We work closely with all our families.
We are inclusive, we ensure 1:1 is available if necessary. There are Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinator (SENDCO) trained staff.
Relevant training will be attended
The EYFS is an individualise play based curriculum
We observe, assess and plan to each child's individual needs and feed back to parents verbally daily, we have termly parents evenings, transition meetings, and we are available whenever necessary.
In setting all children have a named keyworker, all staff are aware of each child's individual needs. In each area there is a trained SENCO and we pride ourselves on being a welcoming setting.
We have numerous settings that children move on to: we have a transition document that is shared with parents/ carers and local schools with whom we have a good relationship with, inviting them to visit children in setting.
In partnership with parents/ carers, any other professionals and our observations of your child.
- What specialist training, experience and expertise do we have relevant to children with special educational needs and disabilities?
- We are epi- pen trainined, we have had experience of diabeties, eplipesy, physical disabilities, peg- feeding, allergies, asthma, autism, communication and language delays, and development delay.
We have no specialist services based on site but have accessed these as needed.
Intervene or Not Intervene
Family AF Training
Autism and Aspergers
Autism or Naughtyism
Managing Challenging Behaviour
An Introduction to Visual Awareness
An Introduction to Hearing Impairment
Peg feeding training
We are always happy to access training to meet your child's individual needs
- How accessible is our setting?
We are an inclusive setting and risk assess each outing and if this identifies more staff are needed or more resources we provide these.
Fully accessible. We have an accessible toilet, wide access for wheelchairs, all on one level
The EYFS is an individual play based curriculum resources are allocated based on children's needs and interests though our plnning and risk assessments