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RightStart Daycare

At Right Start Daycare we encourage the development of each child to enable them to maximise their potential. We provide Nursery and Pre School care within a caring, stimulating and homely environment.

Each child is assigned a key person at the settling in stage. It is important that you have a specific person whom you can get to know and share information with about your child and they ensure that your child’s individual needs are being met.

We aim to have impeccable communication with parents. All parents are welcome to share new ideas, comments and areas for improvement. We like to invite parents to take part in activities with the children and attend nursery trips and outings to the local area.

Safeguarding is paramount  to us and we that our staff are suitable to care for your child, they all undergo disclosure and barring service checks.

We believe that children flourish best when they have role models who display positive behaviour. We do not use time out however use constant praise to reinforce positive and desirable behaviour. To manage children’s behaviour, we ensure we are setting good examples and explain to children the ‘golden rules’.

Our highly trained professional Nursery staff are ready to give your child a nurturing and educational experience. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions!

Who to contact

Telephone
020 8554 2806
E-mail
bookingenquiries@rightstartdaycare.org
Website
www.kidsincharge.co.uk/
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/kids.incharge

Where to go

Address
Cadet Centre, 67Horns RoadNewbury ParkIlfordEssexIG2 6BN
Postcode
IG2 6BN

When is it on?

Time/date
Mondays and Thursdays - 7.30am to 6.00pm
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays - 7.30am to 6.30pm
Available during summer, Easter and bank holidays

Other Details

Cost Details
Free Funded places available at the the nursery and pre-school
Ages
Under 1, 1, 2, 3, 4

Childcare Information

Provision Type(s)
Breakfast club
Day nursery
After school club
Holiday club
Pre-school
Facilities
Outdoor garden
Adjustments for wheelchair users available
Hot meals provided
Visits and outings
Parking available for pick up or drop off
Transporting children to and from school
Sleeping area
Caters for all dietary needs
Caters for all cultural needs
Fully wheelchair accessible
Languages spoken
Bengali
Punjabi
Spanish
Urdu
Romanian
French
Russian
Lithuanian
Offers pickups?
Yes
Schools

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 
Inspection history
Inspection History
Inspection DateInspection typeInspection Outcome
12/05/2016Inspection (Early Years Register)Inadequate
17/08/2016Re-inspection (Early Years Register)Good
09/10/2018Inspection (Early Years Register)Good

Local Offer

Provision

Age range
Early Years (0-4 years)
Shortbreak type

Education Offer

Overview

At Right Start Nursery we believe that each child must be given the opportunity to achieve and be included. All children access a full range of activities to develop and learn through play. We acknowledge that some children with SEND may require extra support in order to access the activities provided. We are committed to work alongside parents and carers to share information useful to support their child’s development while at the club.

The nursery is located on the grounds of Army Cadet building in which we have access to 4 rooms. The rooms have separate activity areas which offer a range of fine and gross motor skills activities. The rooms are free-flow into the outside area where children have access to active games. We offer a pick up from the following schools: Gearies and Newbury Park School .

Outside has a tarmaced outdoor area that is nice and spacious. Children have many activities and there are opportunities to collect leaves and interact with the natural world in the garden.

The entrance to the building has a slope which makes the building easy access.

Furniture is arranged to accommodate children with mobility difficulties. There is access to adjustable height furniture and/or access is made possible by using floor level activities.

Passageways are kept clear at all times to follow health and safety regulations and facilitate children’s mobility.

Toilet and washing hands facilities are easily accessible and are fitted at wheelchair height.

1 disabled toilet and wheel chair access and ramps

Identifying children's needs

We believe in early identification of difficulties and we will consult with parents and carers to support those children who are experiencing difficulty with their development.

We work closely with the Local Authority Early Years and Childcare Improvement Team (EYCIT) who may be involved to give advice on suitable strategies to accommodate children’s needs within the club. This is done with written consent from parents and carers.

We have a statutory responsibility to Safeguard children and we may work with the following agencies whenever required: CAF Team; Early Intervention; and Social Care.

The agencies may also be involved in the child’s transition to other settings or to school.

When a child has a recognised condition or ongoing medical needs, relevant information will be sought from parents and carers on admission and kept in the child’s confidential folder. The setting follows the relevant guidelines for data protection and confidentiality.

Records are passed on to another setting/school with parents and carers’ permission.

We work closely with the Local Authority Early Years and Childcare Improvement Team (EYCIT) who may be involved to give advice on suitable strategies to accommodate children’s needs within the club. This is done with written consent from parents and carers.

We have a statutory responsibility to Safeguard children and we may work with the following agencies whenever required: CAF Team; Early Intervention; and Social Care.

The agencies may also be involved in the child’s transition to other settings or to school.

When a child has a recognised condition or ongoing medical needs, relevant information is sought from parents and carers on admission and kept in the child’s confidential folder. The setting follows the relevant guidelines for data protection and confidentiality.

Records are passed on to another setting/school with parents and carers’ permission.

Dedicated contacts

The setting’s Manager is the overall ‘responsible person’ for SEN in the setting. She is responsible for ensuring that legislation is met. The Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) has the responsibility for the day-to-day management of the SEN procedures. Her name is Rasma Begum and she is also the Deputy Manager of the setting.

The SENCO has the responsibility to: 

  • liaise with parents/carers
  • liaise with outside professionals in regards to children’s individual needs
  • advice and support other practitioners in the setting
  • ensure that appropriate learning and outcomes plans are in place.
  • ensure that background information is collected, recorded and updated
  • take the lead in monitoring and reviewing any action taken to support the child
  • ensure that appropriate records are kept for all children with SEND who require outside agencies support

All children will be assigned to a Key person who is also responsible for liaising with the key child’s parents and carers, observing, planning and assessing children’s progress.

Involving children and their families
  • Parenting advice
  • Regular contact between parents/carers and the setting
  • Planning and review meetings
  • Advice on how to support learning at home
  • Termly advice
  • Parents committee - Jan 2017
Range of support available
  • Partnership working with other professionals
  • Support for communication needs
  • Additional support strategies
  • Support for health needs
  • Support for behaviour 
  • Visual timetable, objects of reference and well-being
  • Children are encouraged to provide feedback
Measuring children's progress

Children are observed and records of progress kept. Staff meet every morning to discuss the children.  Children’s progress is tracked every half term using the observation  made by staff.

Individual outcome plans are created to create small measurable steps in a specific time scale so that children can be focused on developing key skills in small steps so they are feeling the sense of achievement

Parents are invited every 12 weeks to a progress meeting where the parent can receive feedback about their childs progress and can give staff their evaluation also.

All activities will be differentiated to meet children’s needs and allow full access to the learning curriculum.

Support and training for school staff

SENCO training regular update meeting is attended by the manager

Survival Makerton

Playing with sounds

Communication with children

Understanding characteristics of learning

Accessibility of the school

All resources are located at children’s level in clear, labelled boxes.

Children’s toilets are fully accessible and provided with stools and easy to reach washing facilities.

The garden area is fully accessible to wheelchair users and to people with gross motor skills difficulties.

Inclusion

All resources are located at children’s level in clear, labelled boxes.

Children’s toilets are fully accessible and provided with stools and easy to reach washing facilities.

The garden area is fully accessible to wheelchair users and to people with gross motor skills difficulties.

Transition arrangements

We work in partnership with the school whenever required.

Support and training for parents and carers
  • Parent workshops
  • SENCo
  • Coffee mornings with parents
  • Links with Children's Centres

We value parent and carers’ expertise and deep knowledge of their own children. Parents and carers’ comments are included in our parent’s evaluation termly.

The setting has an ‘open door’ policy, offering informal chats as necessary and formal discussion by appointment. Information is shared with parents and carers through the use newsletters, parent’s evaluation and keyperson meetings.

We involve parents and carers in provision through planning, implementation of strategies and identifying learning and development outcomes for their own children.

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