Playdays Nursery Grimethorpe
Playdays Nursery is a brand new nursery opened in Grimethorpe in September 2016.
We have a dedicated Baby room for babies aged from 12 weeks old. We understand the importance of following your child's routines and ensure we work in partnership with parents to provide a caring environment. In our baby room we have a seperate sleep room which is equipped with a cot, mattresses and a soothing bubble machine.
Our 2-5 year room is a large open plan room which provides space for children to explore the different areas of the room freely.
Children have access to 2 outdoor spaces, one of which is an astroturf section and a paved section which has a sand area, mud kitchen and variety of ride on's and cars.
Our well qualified, enthusiastic and creative staff are devoted to providing the best possible care and plan activities to meet children's individual needs.
Playdays Nursery is open from 7.30am to 6.00pm all year round with the options of 5 hour morning/afternoon sessions and full day sessions which enables us to provide childcare to meet your needs.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Natalie Heilds
- Contact Position
- Nursery Manager
- 01226 781127
Where to go
- Playdays Nursery
- S72 7HZ
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest ofsted inspection report
At playdays Nursery we support Transition by working with local schools to ensure they have vital information about your child before they start at school and become familiar with their upcoming school and teachers.
We have a special educational needs co-ordinator who is avaliable to offer support, advice and guidance if needed. Our SENCO will undertake any specific training that is needed to help your child when in nursery and will ensure all staff who work with your child have relevant training.
We always take into account your child's interests by adding this to our planning and making sure we have activities that will promote their interests.
We have staff members who are training in Visual Impairment and Hearing Impairment.
We give feedback to parents in the baby room with a daily record book which provides you with information such as activities they have done throughout the day, nappies, sleeps, bottles and any relevant information you may need to know.
We have an accesibilty ramp to enter our setting and an accessible toilet.
We give regular feedback to parents by having a facebook page that is updated regularly, newsletters and a parents views board in reception.
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- How do we offer support to children or young people with a special educational need or disability?
Observations are carried out on children within the setting by their key worker and we will work with parents if they have any concerns or questions about their child's development. Our SENCO (Special educational needs co-ordinator) will then work with the parents to ensure support and guidance is given.
We will support your child by ensuring we follow routines that you use at home, carry out relevant training and have regular updates and meeting with parents and external agencies.
We follow your child's interests, this will ensure your child is engaged in activities throughout the day.
We have regular parent's evening to keep in contact with parents and key workers are always on hand to speak to you about your child.
We support your child by following the EYFS ( Early Years Foundation Stage) and ensuring that all of the guidlines are met.
We ensure our staff have relevant and up to date First Aid and our staff attend training to keep up to date with latest information.
We offer settling in sessions before your child starts our nursery and your child will have a key worker to help them along with their settling in.
- What specialist training, experience and expertise do we have relevant to children with special educational needs and disabilities?
We have specialised training in MAKATON, Hearing impairment and visual impairment.
- How accessible is our setting?
We will Risk assess every outing before going out and ensure we have extra staff avaliable if needed and that every child is able to participate in the outing.
There is an access ramp to the main entrance and an accesible toilet.