Railway Childrens Day Nursery A Home from Home

Railway Childrens Day Nursery A Home from Home

Railway Childrens Day Nursery A Home from Home 01780 410055 Email: [email protected] Visit: www.railwaychildrensdaynursery.co.uk Lawn Lane, Creeton (nr Little Bytham), Grantham, NG33 4QB Located 7 miles from Stamford and Bourne Mission Statement The Railway Childrens Day Nursery is a homely, spacious friendly environment and provides care for children aged 8 weeks until attending school. In addition, we also offer an After School Club that is situated at the local village school. We are a small nursery that is able to offer personalised care and education for your each childs individual needs. We strive for children in our care to have high emotional wellbeing, this then enables all children to reach their full potential and leave us ready for the new challenges they face starting school. We believe the outdoor environment is of great importance to children's learning and development. We encourage all children to progress at their own pace. As part of their development and learning process we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. Fresh, nutritious healthy meals and snacks are prepared and served on the premises throughout the day to encourage a healthy lifestyle. Partnership with parents is key to the way we work with children. We involve parents in nursery at every available opportunity and encourage them to share knowledge of their children and their skills, this is how we become a home from home for your child. Railway Childrens Day Nursery is Ofsted registered and strives to maintain an excellent provision of care. Meet the staff

Julie Anderson Owner Sam Read Deputy Manager Julie has level 3 in Childrens Care, Learning and Development. Sam has a Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies. May Robins Manager May has a BA in Early Childhood Studies and is an Early Years Teacher. Soon to be a level 3 forests school leader. All our staff are trained in first aid and safeguarding children. All staff training is regularly reviewed and staff are trained in new initiatives each year. Michelle King Key worker Michele has a Level 3 in the Children and Young Peoples Workforce. Jodie Hardwick Key Worker Jodie has a level 3 Childrens Care, Learning and Development. Baby room 0-2year olds Your child will have a key person. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum, babies are observed on a regular basis, these observations are used to asses their development

and plan activities for their next steps. Our routine for the day is based upon the babies individual needs., we work closely with parents to ensure these are met. We have daily diaries that your key person will fill in throughout the day ,these are then shared with you at the end of the day and are for you to take home.. The baby room consists of two rooms, one room has cots and cosy areas, babies use this space for rest and sleep. The quiet room leads onto the second room which has areas for play and meal times. The play areas are set up with many interesting resources which are regularly changed to keep the babies interested in exploring. Toddlers and Pre-school 2 5year olds Each child has their own Key Person. Key People provide activities based on individual childrens interests and stage of development. Written observations and photos are used to assess the childrens development following the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. This room provides children with a stimulating, hands on play environment in which the children are encouraged to socialise, explore their creativity and be independent as well as giving children space to rest. We have a set daily routine however the room is set out to allow the children to choose their own activities and discover each area with

minimal adult assistance. This encourages the children to become independent and exercise free choice. During the day we separate into ability groups to carry out the letters and sounds curriculum, story time and quiet times. This ensures all the children's developmental needs are met and they make good progress. We believe a balance between child initiated and adult led play is the best way for children to learn and develop. Gardens At Railway childrens day nursery we believe children should learn from the natural environment. We enjoy being in our gardens in all weathers. Wellies , waterproofs, sun cream, and gloves are a must! Above is the garden that the 2-5year olds use and to the right is our baby garden that is accessed through patio doors in our main baby room. Forest school Some of the forest school principles: Forest school promotes holistic development helping learners to become resilient, confident, independent and creative.

Forest school aims to develop the physical social, cognitive, linguistic, emotional and spiritual aspects of the learner. Forest school sessions encourage learners to take supported risks using a risk benefit process appropriate to the stage of development of the learner. Forest school uses tools and fire if the learner is developmentally ready Our manager is currently training to be a level 3 forest school leader. We hope to be an official forest school in November. To the left is our new fire circle which is gated for safety. Below the children will be using the tepee to create there own debris shelters. Menu Our food is all cooked at the nursery in our 5 star rated kitchen. Our menu is based on the School foods trusts nutritional guidelines for nursery's. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Breakfast

Cereal, toast Cereal, Bagel Porridge, crumpet Cereal, fruit loaf Porridge, toast Snack Cream cheese & cracker Fruit Naan bread & mango chutney fruit Apple & cheese Lunch Salmon & broccoli pasta Lasagne

peas, Garlic bread Chickpea curry & Rice Roast chicken & vegetables Bacon and leek risotto Pudding Banana loaf Fruit salad Apple flapjack Yoghurt and berries Stewed fruit and custard Snack Fruit Rice cake & banana Fruit Pitta bread & hummus

Crumpet & fruit Tea Pizza & crudits Jacket potato & Tuna Cheese & Ham sandwiches Pilchard pasta Scrambled egg on toast pudding Yoghurt & fruit Biscuit & apple Semolina & berries Fruit platter Banana muffin This is an example menu. Our menus is easily adapted to meet different dietary requirements and differing stages or weaning.

Special events At Railway Childrens Day Nursery we feel its important to get to know the childrens families and be a local community, each year we hold events to give families chance to join there child at nursery. These events include: Chinese new year celebrations Mothers day tea party Easter service Fathers day BBQ Diwali Celebrations Christmas play And many more Price List Opening Times 7:30am 6:00pm BABIES 0-2 YEARS Full day - 7:30 6:00pm 35.00 AM 7:30- 12:30pm or PM 1:00- 6:00pm 20.00 Prices are inclusive of all meals ` TODDLERS 2-3 YEARS Full Day 7:30 6:00pm Am -7:30- 12:30pm or PM 1:00- 6:00pm 33.00 19.00 We now offer 2 year old funded spaces; please see separate price list. Prices are inclusive of all meals PRE - SCHOOL 3-4 YEARS See separate price list EYE FUNDED PLACES 38 WEEKS PER YEAR MAX 15 HRS/WEEK 47.5 WEEKS PER YEAR MAX 12 HRS/WEEK

Fee structure for 2yr old entitlement Full day rate 7:30am 6pm (inclusive of all meals) 33:00 Half day - 7:30am 12:30pm (lunch included) Half day - 1:00pm 6pm (Tea included) 19:00 Standard hourly rate 3:30 per hour Early Years Entitlement (EYE) funded hours up to 15hrs per week over 38 weeks per year or Stretched offer of up to 12 hrs per week over 47.5 weeks per year. FREE Cost of meals Breakfast free for children attending all day( served until 8.00am) Lunch 2.25 (2 courses ) Tea free for children attending all day, otherwise 1.50 Morning and afternoon snacks will be provided for all who attend. Hours of EYE delivery are: these hours will be allocated depending on availability of places. *see prices above for lunches and tea, or bring a packed lunch. 8:30am 11:30am (3 hours) *8:00am 1pm (5 hours)

*1pm 6pm (5 hours) *9am 3pm (6hours) Please note these are examples of hours used. Both 12 and 15 hour places can be used variably. Please note a minimum of 3 hours per session and a maximum of 6 hours per session can be used for EYE funded places and time around these hours are charged at the hourly rate as above. Parents will not be required to purchase additional hours or pay lunch time charges in order to secure free provision. Advance payments will not be requested from those parents accessing EYE hours only, except where meals are to be purchased. Your chosen EYE hours must be agreed with the Owner / Manager and will be indicated on your Parent / Carer Contract prior to starting at the nursery. 19:00 Fee Structure for 3yr old entitlement Standard hourly rate Early Years Entitlement (EYE) funded hours up to 15hrs per week over 38 weeks per year or Stretched offer of up to 12 hrs per week over 47.5 weeks per year. Cost of meals Hours of EYE delivery are: these hours will be allocated depending on availability of places. *see prices above for lunches and tea, or bring a packed lunch. Your chosen EYE hours must be agreed with the Owner / Manager and will be indicated on your Parent / Carer Contract prior to starting at the nursery.

3:10 per hour FREE Breakfast free for children attending all day( served until 8.00am) Lunch 2.25 (2 courses ) Tea free for children attending 8 hours or more in one session, otherwise 1.50 Morning and afternoon snacks will be provided for all who attend. 8:30am 11:30am (3 hours) *8:00am 1pm (5 hours) *1pm 6pm (5 hours) *9am 3pm (6hours) Please note these are examples of hours used. Both 12 and 15 hour places can be used variably. Please note a minimum of 3 hours per session and a maximum of 6 hours per session can be used for EYE funded places and time around these hours are charged at the hourly rate as above. Parents will not be required to purchase additional hours or pay lunch time charges in order to secure free provision. Advance payments will not be requested from those parents accessing EYE hours only, except where meals are to be purchased. Our session times are: 7:30am 12:30pm, 1pm 6pm and 9am 3pm Plus those set out above for the EYE delivery. Hours outside these session times for example a later start or earlier finish, may be booked under the managers discretion.

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