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Little Longroyde and Longroyde Primary School

Little Longroyde provides care for 2-3 year olds,. Longroyde Nursery provides care for 3-4 year olds. Close links with Reception to ease transition.

Early Years Professional working in the setting.

Cute Fruit Award.

 

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Debra Grange
Contact Position
School Business Manager
Telephone
01484 716894
E-mail
grange@longroyde.calderdale.sch.uk
admin@longroyde.calderdale.sch.uk
Website
longroyde.weebly.com/.../longroyde-early-years.html

Where to go

Address
The Top Site
Field Top Road
Rastrick
Brighouse
West Yorkshire
Postcode
HD6 3XB
Children's Centre Reach Area
Field Lane
Locality
Lower Valley
Notes

Close to bus route.

Other Details

Costs

Contact Provider for Costs?
Yes
Details
£9.00/session for 2 year olds.

Availability

Age Ranges
From 2 years 0 months to 4 years 10 months

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access

Has Provision
No

Special Needs

Has Provision
Yes
Experience with
Down's syndrome
Asthma

Dietary Needs

Has Provision
No

Cultural Provisions

Has Provision
Yes
Experience with
Yes
Details
Through school's resources

Childcare Information

Vacancy Details

Have immediate vacancies
Yes
Vacancy range(s)
From 2 years to 3 years (spaces available: 1)
From 3 years to 4 years (spaces available: 13)
Details of vacancies
Morning only vacancies for 2 year olds Full time places available for 3-4 year olds Please call for details of availability
Date updated
29/01/2019

Age Range

2 years 0 months to 4 years 10 months.

Funded Places

Offers Tax Free Childcare
Yes
3 & 4 year old funding
Yes
2 year old funding
Yes

Opening Times & Facilities

Opening Times
Opening Times
DayOpening TimeClosing Time
Monday 08:50 15:10
Tuesday 08:50 15:10
Wednesday 08:50 15:10
Thursday 08:50 15:10
Friday 08:50 15:10
Facilities
Open Space
Art and Craft activities
Registered for 2 year old funding
Accredited Early Education Provider
Involvement in local community projects.
Quiet RoomSleeping Area
Visit & Outings
Book Corner
Out-door Play

Pickups

Provider drop off / collection service
No
Local Offer

Local Offer

Local Offer Response

- Training courses (SEND).
- EYFS developmental stages – analysis of tracking sheets to identify any individual needs, observe next steps, inform planning and next steps for each individual child.
- Inclusive practice in setting.
- Nursery and school policies.
- Review and share information with parents/carers/staff/outside agencies.
- Work in partnership with parents/carers.
- Qualifications of staff 3 x NVQ3 and plus one member of staff with BA in Childhood Studies and Manager with BA in Childhood Studies, including Early Years Professional Status.
- Outside agencies are contacted if support needed, early intervention.
- Provide a stimulating environment.
- All staff reflect on their daily practices and activities.

- Observations and photos.
- Planning.
- EYFS tracking and analysis.
- Work in partnership with parents.
- Work with external agencies – ie health visitor.
- Complete 2 year progress checks and share with parents highlighting progression and areas of concern.
- Plan for individual needs.
- Provide one to one support.
- Reflect on practice daily.
- Work as a team and remain professional.
- Implement an Education Health Plan is necessary.

- Equality.
- Named SENCO both in nursery and within school.
- Attend specialist training.
- Support parents.
- Bilingual support.
- Observe and track child’s development/analyse/plan.
- One to one support.
- Plan activities for individual needs.
- Quiet area for children with hearing impairment.
- The room can be easily adapted for a child who maybe in a wheelchair or with mobility disability, including a ramp outside into the class room.
- Adequate floor space for all children.

- Bilingual support in school.
- Funding from local authority.
- One to one support.

- Equality.
- Named SENCO both in nursery and within school.
- Attend specialist training.
- Support parents.
- Bilingual support.
- Observe and track child’s development/analyse/plan.
- One to one support.
- Plan activities for individual needs.
- Quiet area for children with hearing impairment.
- The room can be easily adapted for a child who maybe in a wheelchair or with mobility disability, including a ramp outside into the class room.
- Adequate floor space for all children.

- Observe children, follow child’s interests and next steps
- Liaise with parents and professionals
- Follow policies and procedures
- One to one support
- Risk assessment

- Keep ourselves up to date with current legislation, nursery world magazines, e-bulletins
- Attend training courses
- continue to liaise with Quality Improvement Officer
- Access funding available for children eligible
- Nursery funding/budget

- Early Years Outcomes guidance.
- Assessments for parents/other professionals.
- 2 year progress checks, identifying strengths and weaknesses and building on these with parents.
- Work with parents to build on child’s interests.
- Implement a target plan, strategies, EHC plan.
- Provide one to one support.

- One to one support.
- Support from other agencies.
- Good communication between staff and parents, agencies, etc.
- Observe and listen to the child.
- Reflect on practice.
- Attend appropriate training courses.

- Meetings with staff, moderation of judgments.
- Parent consultations with staff/outside agencies.
- Observations, planning.
- Home link books.
- daily conversations / discussions with parents (open door policy).
- Track child’s development and monitor judgements, analysis - key person/SENCO and Manager.
- Reviewing and evaluating agreed outcomes with parents, staff and agencies.
- Always keep the parent involved.
- Record keeping.

- Plan and prepare for transition, involve parents.
- Review the EHC plan.
- Ensure parental consent prior to transition.
- Key person to go with child on transition visit.
- Liaise with class teacher and discuss needs of child.

- Working with the EYFS curriculum.
- Reflection on a daily basis.
- Monitoring a child’s progress.
- Review policies.
- Keep up to date with legislation.
- Parent questionnaires/feedback.
- Parent consultations.
- 2 year progress check reviews.
- Listen to the child, observe their interests and build on these.

- Attend appropriate training courses and complete a CPD reflection form when return back to nursery, share knowledge with staff and parents.
- Keep up to date with information ie e-bulletins, nursery world magazines.
- Access government funding.

- Parents are made aware of the policies in nursery.
- Details of how to make a complaint are displayed on the ‘parent board’.
- Home link books.
- Parent consultation evenings.
- Daily on arrival/pick up times.
- Parent questionnaires.

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