Jill Fineron - Little DreamZz Childminding
My setting offers flexibility, working with 2 assistants in a friendly, homely and inclusive environment. I live with my partner Brian and my two adult sons. I have a dog, Milo. I have worked looking after children for 17 years. I have a playroom, a conservatory and a safe, enclosed garden. I have a level 3 diploma in Pre-School Practice. I live in Royston and I pick up and drop off at various settings and schools in the Royston area. I am a trained SENCO and I have attended Makaton training. My aim is to provide a safe, caring, friendly enviroment for all children to develop. To provide first class childcare with the highest possible standards of quaility and care. To care for each child as an individual with sensitivity to their own needs. To ensure each child's happiness by providing a range of suitable activities daily. To work in partnership with parents/carers to establish the best care for your child. I offer homecooked nutritious meals and healthy snacks.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Jill Fineron
Where to go
3, Boswell Close
- S71 4ST
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £4.20 Childminder cost per hour £36.00 Childminder cost per day £175.00 Childminder cost per week
- Discounts may be available for more than one child. The full day rate is for a 10 hour day.
- 0 years,3 months
- 12 years,0 months
- Immediate vacancies
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
- Opening Times
Opening Times Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday to Friday 7:30am 6:00pm
- Offers pickups
Parkside Primary Academy
Meadstead Primary Academy
Summer Fields Primary Academy
Royston Saint John Baptist CE VA Primary
- I also drop off and pick up from Bethel Preschool and Little Nippers.
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest ofsted inspection report
I offer an individual approach for children and families. I work with other settings, professionals and agencies and I make reasonable adjustments where needed.
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- How do we offer support to children or young people with a special educational need or disability?
The setting works using the EYFS and make regular observations to plan for children's learning. This also helps to identify any areas that may need more attention.
We begin by having a discussion with you, the parents to identify areas of interest and things that children can do. We will attend to their personal needs and provide for their learning and development. This will inform us of how to plan for your child's needs in the future and support us to support them.
The EYFS is used in such a way that means the childs current learning and development in used and not their age, to best plan for their needs.
We complete a leanring journey which is shared with parents regularly (these can be accessed at any time) and we have daily conversations with parents to ensure that we (parents and setting) are up to date.
We take the whole overall child into account at all times. If a child is upset, we ensure that their emotional well being comes first.
Working with the EYFS, we track progress and pass this informaiton on to the next setting. We always ensure that children that are moving to a school in the next term and where a current child attends (is being picked up or dropped off) these opportunities are taken to discuss moving up and to introduce the environment to them.
Using the EYFS we ideintify current learning and development level and this leads us to identify support and what type may be needed.
Daily communication and ongoing assessments are used to ensure that we all stay up to date in the best interests of the child. If you have any suggestions on how to ensure you can stay up to date, please let us know.
- What specialist training, experience and expertise do we have relevant to children with special educational needs and disabilities?
We work with various specialist services to meet the needs of children. This includes speech and language therapists, the inclusion services within the local authrity and health visitors etc.
I have attended SENCO trinaing and Makaton
- How accessible is our setting?
We access the outdoor area daily as well as going to the local park. We have visited farms, zoos and local activities but these are usually at extra cost.
We have a downstairs toilet but unfortunately there is a step to the front and back doors. However, this wouldn't necessarily be a barrier so please call to discuss it if there are further questions.
All children have access to the activities and resources in setting. If there is additional fiunding identified for a specific child, we would discuss this with other agencies involved and ensure that the right resources are put into place in the right way to support these specific needs.