We offer ‘30 hours childcare for working parents’.

We are a private day nursery located in the Surestart Building on Stephenson Way, Newton Aycliffe.

The centre is a single story purpose built facility with excellent access to outdoor play areas.

House of Eden nurseries aim to provide a family orientated service to ensure that all children can develop and learn in a happy, loving, secure and stimulating environment. Our motto is 'Little things that count' and they really do!

We offer morning, afternoon and all day sessions.

To find out more about help with childcare costs please visit www.durham.gov.uk/childcarecosts

When is it on?

Session information
Monday to Friday 8.00am - 6.00pm

Who to contact

Contact name
Claire Browning
Contact position
Nursery Manager
Telephone
01325 315 623
E-mail
newton.aycliffe@edennursery.co.uk
Website
www.edennursery.co.uk

Where to go

Name
Surestart Building
Address
Stephenson Way
Newton Aycliffe
County Durham
Postcode
DL5 7DD

Other details

Cost description
£25.50 Per session
Age range
From 0 years 0 months to 5 years 0 months

Availability

Childcare availability
Closed bank holidays
Before school
Term time
School holidays
After school
Free 3/4 yr places
Yes
Free 2 yr places
Yes
Will be providing 30 hours
Yes

Other details

School drop off/collection
Stephenson Way Community Primary School
Last Ofsted inspection grade
Good
Ofsted report
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Local Offer

Local Offer description

House of Eden, Stephenson Way recognises that all children are unique individuals who have different needs. They will endeavour to make sure every child’s needs are meet through planning to ensure their needs and learning goals are met.

Children who require additional support will be assessed and observed by members of staff including the SENCO, a plan of action will be made with parents input, this then be reviewed over a period of time. The nursery believe that parental involvement is key, so you as a parent feel involved in the well being and development of your child.

Practitioners undertake training and seek advice from relevant sources and professionals in order to provide quality care, and the nursery has a trained SENCO who has a CACHE level 3 in SEN, and attends local authority training and meetings on a regular basis.

Practitioner training and qualifications include level 3 in SEN, Makaton , PECS training, autism awareness level 2 and behaviour management.

Current practitioner experience to date includes supporting children’s emotional well being and additional needs, supporting children with autism, supporting children with speech and language needs.

Some additional funding may be claimed from the local authority to support children with special educational needs.

All children will be provided with relevant activities and play opportunities that support their specific needs as well as being included in everyday activities, meal times and group times. These opportunities promote their well being and development as well as offering age appropriate challenge.

House of Eden, Stephenson Way is situated within Newton Aycliffe Children’s Centre, which is wheelchair friendly and accessible. The setting are happy to adapt the facilities to make the setting accommodating for your child’s specific needs.

 

Contact name
Joanne Hutchison
Contact telephone
01325 315 623

How does the early year's provision identify and assess children with special educational needs and disabilities?

How does the early year's provision identify and assess children with special educational needs and disabilities?

We pride ourselves on our Key Person/child relationships. The Key Person builds firm bonds with your child helping them feel safe and secure in their new environment. It is this early attachment that will allow the child the confidence to learn. It is through their partnership with you as parents and carers that the Key Person gets to know your child understand their needs, preferences and routines. This information then informs assessment and planning for your child’s next steps.

The assessment of your child’s progress throughout the Early Years Foundation Stage is essential in identifying his/her strengths alongside areas where additional support maybe needed. For example, it may be necessary to offer them different opportunities or use alternative approaches to learning with measurable outcomes.

We adopt a graduated approach based on a continuous cycle of four stages of action:

  • Assess
  • Plan
  • Do
  • Review

We monitor the progress children make through observations and appropriate planning and note areas that may need developing.

How will the curriculum be matched to meet children's developmental needs?

How will the curriculum be matched to meet children's developmental needs?

Working in partnership with other professionals, parents and the child we aim to individualise planning to each child's needs, interests and stages of development to ensure all  children make good progress.

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the early years setting?

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the early years setting?

Working closely with outside agency professionals such as health visitors, speech and language therapists, educational psychologists and Durham SEND and Equalities Co-ordinators we have developed a broad range of experience of supporting children with a variety of need.

What training have the staff supporting children with SEND had, or are having?

What training have the staff supporting children with SEND had, or are having?

Staff have attended training to support children with numerous difficulties including:

  • Autistic spectrum disorder
  • Sensory processing
  • Speech and language
  • Fetal alcohol syndrome
  • Global development delay

How accessible is the early years setting environment? (indoors/outdoors)

How accessible is the early years setting environment? (indoors/outdoors)

Fully inclusive and accessible.

How will the early years provision prepare and support my child(ren's) transition to their next educational establishment?

How will the early years provision prepare and support my child(ren's) transition to their next educational establishment?

As each child is different so are their transitions. We work closely with parents/carers, other professionals and their next education establishment to plan how best support each child in making that next step.

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