Worsbrough Common Rising Stars Daycare
PLEASE NOTE: THIS SETTING WILL CLOSE ON THE 27TH MARCH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Rising Stars offers Full and Part Time Daycare, this includes funded sessions for 2, 3 and 4 year olds. Full days include a wide range of breakfast, warm healthy lunch and pudding and a light tea, all locally sourced products are used to ensure we are giving the children the best products, all menu's can be viewed on our website.
Rising Stars offers funding such as the 30 hours and Two Year Entitlement (TYE).
30 hours- We offer the 30 hours funding, we try to be as flexible as possible, however places are subject to availability. We work closely with Worsbrough Common Primary School and offer the additional 15 hours in Rising Stars.
Please note: we do not charge an additional fee for meals and snacks for children accessing the 30 hour funding.
Two Year Entitlement- Rising Stars offer the 15 hours TYE, if you are unsure of eligibilty please call in and ask for Katie or Gemma, or call us on 01226 289989.
Private Day Care- Rising Stars offer private sessions for babies and children upto the age of five. Childcare is available Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm, 51 weeks a year (excluding bank holidays) for children aged from 6 weeks to 5 years.
Children are given healthy snacks such as fruit, vegetables and toast twice a day, drinks are given at snack and lunch time and as and when children need them.
We provide outstanding childcare and education and have very close links with Worsbrough Common Primary School. We offer our children a wide variety of stimulating play experiences including Forest Schools.
Rising Stars provide challenging activities which are differentiated to suit all children's needs, throughout the day children are invited to participate in stimulating activities which are planned and evaluated to ensure children are receiving the support they need.
Rising Stars have developed good working relationships with other professionals including Health Visitors, specialist services including physio and Speech and Language Therapists.
Staff are constantly kept upto date with training, all staff are trained in Makaton, staff specialise in things such as; Early Help Assessments and wellcomm.
Rising Stars is staffed by professionals who have BA Honors Degree in Early Years, and NNEB / BTEC / CACHE level 3 qualified staff. We welcome parent/carers to come and have a look around our outstanding provision, or call us on 01226 289989. Find us on Facebook by liking our page, Worsbrough Common Rising Stars, or have a look on our website http://childrencentre.worsbroughcblogs.net/
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Katie Ainley/ Gemma Shaw
- Contact Position
- Daycare Manager / Deputy Manager
- 01226 289989
Where to go
- Rising Stars
Worsbrough Common Cp School
- S70 4EB
- Please call us for our price list on 01226 289989
- 0 years,5 months
- 0 years,
- Immediate vacancies
- We have limited baby room places so advanced booking is recommended
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
- Offers pickups
- Worsbrough Common Primary
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest ofsted inspection report
Rising Stars offers a warm welcoming environment for children.
At Rising Stars we have two members of staff who have accessed Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator training.
The current SENCO is Gemma Shaw, she works closely with Worsbrough Common Primary SENCO to ensure continuity for children who will also access school.
Rising Stars have children who have been awarded the Interim Inclusion Grant to ensure they get the support they need, we also have children who use the daycre for short break entitlement during holidays and after school.
All day care staff have had Makaton training, it is used during sessions and small group times, we also have a sign of the week.
Rising Stars ensure all satff have upto date knowledge on the SEND document, key workers are responsible for ensuring individual children's needs are being met.
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- How do we offer support to children or young people with a special educational need or disability?
Children's progress is monitored through the current EYFS, children who need additional support will be identified through observations and baseline assesments. Support will be offered to individual children working on interventions.
If any parents have any concerns about their child's development they are welcome to speak to their key person or the Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENco) who will be happy to offer any advise and support.
Transition to school or nursery is supported within setting, we liase with other settings if a child is moving onto school or nursery setting.
Meetings with parents are encouraged, it is important to us to have a close working relationship with families and disscuss children's individual needs.
Rising Stars SENco is Gemma, she has worked in childcare for twelve years and worked with a variety of special educational needs and disabilities.
The SENco has worked with a variety of professionals and carried out Early Help Assesments for families, we currently have children in the setting who access the Interim Inclusion Grant, which the SENco has successfully applied for, this enables children to access 1-1 support or enables the setting access to funding for specialist equipment.
All practitioners in Rising Stars have experience working with children with additional needs, they have experience in contributing to support plans and delivering 1-1 when needed and interventions for children needing additional support.
All staff are aware of the SEND code of practice and how it impacts our setting. Staff have under gone specific training such as MAKATON, PECS, WELLCOM and ELKLAN, all staff are willing to undertake any training they may need to support children in the setting.
stay and play sessions are offered for all children who access the setting, these are three individual hours which can be used at parents discression, some like to stay for the first session then leave their child for the remaining two to give them a chance to get to know staff and children in the setting.
All children's interests are accounted for within the setting, when we have children who have specific likes we like to encorparate that into our continuous provision and planning.
planning is carried out by all members of staff and all activities are differentiated to meet children's individual needs and ensure all children can access the activities.
We like to have a close working relationship with parents where we can find out all about what children love at home and discuss how we encorporate that into the setting, we have take home books where parents can write about activities they do at home and include pictures so that practitioners can use this to disscuss with children and build a strong relationship between home and setting.
we have a number of children who use the Early Years Developmental Journal, this breaks the EYFS down into more achieveable steps for children who have additional needs.
Children's progress is monitored closely by the key person, it is reviewed in progress meetings every six months, this is where progress and next steps will be idenified and monitored to ensure the support for individual children is working and having an impact on their learning and development.
Rising Stars hold parent events for parents to come into setting and particpate in activities with their children. We also have parents evenings where children's progress and development is disscussed.
Worsbrough Common Primary school who we are attached to offer various courses throughout the academic year for parents to access.
Progress is monitored through moderation meeting within the EYFS team at Worsbrough Common Primary School, we have a very close relationship and are supported by the whole EYFs team.
Parents are updated after every session on how their child has been that day and what they have been doing during the session.
Rising Stars encourages transition meetings with the next provision should it be a school, or nursery.
We liase really well with other settings and agencies and like to promote multi-agency working.
Parents are given regular updates about their progress, we have an open door policy where parents are welcome to come and speak to their key person at any time.
We also have a blog where parents can see what kind of activities have been going on throughout the day, and are able to comment on the activities and pictures on the blog.
When creating support plans or individual planning parents are included in this process and all parents views are taken into consideration.
We have a parent suggestion wall where parents can put up their suggestions for future activities or how we can improve our service.
- What specialist training, experience and expertise do we have relevant to children with special educational needs and disabilities?
We have a range of practitioners who have worked with a variety of needs and disabilities.
All staff are happy to undertake any further training the may need to support any children.
All staff have paediatric first aid training and a number of staff have first aid at work training.
Staff have undertaken various training to support all children in the setting such as;
- Makaton to support children with communication difficulty, we promote this to all children to ensure children are to confident communicating with adults and peers in the setting.
- EKLAN training to support language and communication development.
- Autism awareness- to help staff be aware of autism and how children may need supporting whilst accessing provision.
- Early Help- how we do it- training to help deliver sucessful early help assesments for families who feel they need support.
- Wellcomm- to help identify children who need extra support and deliver positive interventions to help them make progress.
- Picture Exchange Communication System- all staff have been trained in phases 1-5 for PECS and implemented it with children in the setting.
- How accessible is our setting?
All children are included in trips and activities, children who need additional support will be given the extra support they need. Relevant risk assessments are carried out before any trips and carried out.
Rising Stars has three disabled parking bays close to the building, there is ramps and disabled toilets available.
There is wheelchair access throughout the setting, it is positioned making it accessible for walking frames and standing frames which some children do use within the setting.