Shine Clubs @ Fullwood Primary

Shine Clubs provide peace of mind to all parents and carers by providing a safe and stimulating environment where children can play, have fun and learn whilst being cared for by our qualified and experienced staff.

We understand what parents expect for their children when choosing childcare, so we provide a comprehensive range of services that reduces the pressure on parents and provides maximum benefits for the children.

Our aim is to continue to provide peace of mind to all parents and carers by maintaining a safe learning environment in which children are happy and thus raising the standards in childcare provision.

Who to contact

07017 404730 07017 404730
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Where to go

Fullwood Primary School
Burford Close
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Childcare Information

Ofsted Information

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Local Offer


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

Education Offer


At Shine we aim to create an environment that is inclusive and meets the needs of all children. To ensure that parents or carers are able to play their part in supporting their child’s learning journey and ensuring children have a voice in this process. To ensure all children are able to have a full access to both Breakfast & After School clubs.

Identifying children's needs

At Shine we work closely with both school staff and parents and children to gain information in order to enhance each child’s learning journey. Shine staff work closely to support both parents and children’s experience. Key person meetings are held regularly in order to keep parents up to date with their child’s experience at Shine..

Dedicated contacts

Parents can contact their child’s Key Person or setting Manager. The setting manager is also the SENCO.

Involving children and their families
  • Regular contact between parents/carers and the setting
  • Regular key person meetings
  • Parent questionnaires
Range of support available
  • Support for behaviour
  • Support for health needs
Measuring children's progress

Through the key person system and using next steps as well as using our chilli challenges which enables all children to achieve at their own levels.

Support and training for school staff

Staff attend SEN training and the manager has an advanced SEN Diploma as well as years of experience supporting children with additional needs

Accessibility of the school

Our setting is accessible to all stakeholders as the provision is on the ground floor as well as having access to personal care facilities.


At Shine we have group discussions with the children each week to gain their ideas regarding activities they would like in the setting, then these ideas are taken into consideration when we plan activities. If additional support is needed staff would not only talk to the child and parents but also the school in order to help the child develop to their full potential.

Transition arrangements

Work with parents and school to make any necessary changes.

Support and training for parents and carers
  • Parent consultation
  • Links with children centres
  • Coffee mornings with parents


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