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Victoria Day Nursery

Victoria Day Nursery is considered by OFSTED to be an 'OUTSTANDING' nursery in every aspect (April 2016) employing three graduate leaders. The Manager, Sheila, is a fully qualified teacher and also an Early Years Professional. She enjoys working directly with the children encouraging them to reach their full potential. The Deputy Manager, Paula, is an Early Years Professional and has a honours degree in Early Childhood Studies and a senior practitioner, also has an honours degree in Early Childhood Studies. All staff are qualified and Victoria Day Nursery prides itself in having a friendly and very approachable staff team by both the children and the parents / carers. We value every child and their parent and key-workers are always interested and available to discuss children's current needs and further learning and development. We encourage parents to make visits with their children prior to starting the nursery and regard each child as an individual through this transitional period. This helps the child start to bond with their key-person, for sharing of information and for a relationship to be established with the parents / carers.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Paula Markham
Contact Position
Deputy Manager

Where to go

9 Victoria Crescent West
South Yorkshire
S75 2AE

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£40 Childcare Cost per day 0-1yrs
£40 Childcare Cost per day 2yr olds
£40 Childcare Cost per day 3-4yr olds
£200 Childcare Cost per week: 0-1yrs
£200 Childcare Cost per week: 2yr olds
£200 Childcare Cost per week: 3-4yr olds
£20 Per session
£20 deposit

Childcare Information

Age Range

0 years,1 months
5 years,0 months


Immediate vacancies

Funded Places

3 & 4 year old funding
2 year old funding

School Pickups

Offers pickups

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 

Ofsted Information

Other languages spoken in setting
Languages spoken by staffNumber of staffFluency Level?
Makaton 5 Moderate

Local Offer

Schools Extended Local Offer Response

How do we offer support to children or young people with a special educational need or disability?

If a child is not achieving as set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage
Parents should speak to their doctor or health visitor, and/or Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) at nursery.

Dependant upon particular need - Individual Education Plans; refer as necessary

The child will be placed on the 'Early Support' curriculum.

Inform them what their child has achieved and what their next steps of learning are on an ongoing basis.  Encourage parents to contribute to their child's assessment.

Policies and procedures are in place to ensure children's welfare

Risk assessment to assess need - apply for additional funding to give 1:1 support from Barnsley local authority if deemed necessary/ deployment of staff within ratios.

Involved throughout and attend Individual Education Plan meetings/ feedback regularly and obtain information from parents/carers.

What specialist training, experience and expertise do we have relevant to children with special educational needs and disabilities?

Speech therapy, physio therapy, occupational therapy, educational psychologist, language and communication, cognistion and interaction, Barnsley's safeguarding board.

British Sign Language
Understanding Autism
Lots of specialist advice that is pertinent to individuals attending the setting

How accessible is our setting?

Risk assessment to determine what needs to be in place for their inclusion

Very accessible

Resources are allocated as required.  Funding has been allocated for some specialist equipment - sensory room and a sensory panel.

Last updated on 07/06/2021
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