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Bright Horizons Southampton Nursling Day Nursery and Preschool

Temporary closure from 27th November 2020 during the winter months, relocated to Bright Horizons Southampton Day Nursery and Preschool and also Yellow Dot North Baddesley

Monday - Friday 7.30am - 6pm. 

We take children from 3 months - 5 years in a purpose built setting with outside area.

Offering funded places for 2 year olds.

This setting has signed up to offer Tax Free Childcare.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Claire Carter
Contact Position
Nursery Manager
Telephone
023 8073 5356
E-mail
southamptonnursling@brighthorizons.com
Website
https://www.brighthorizons.co.uk/.../southampton-nursling-day-nursery-and-preschool

Where to go

Name
Bright Horizons Southampton Nursling Day Nursery and Preschool
Address
c/o David Lloyd Leisure , Sports Centre
Off Brownhill Way, Frogmore Lane
Southampton
Postcode
SO16 0XS
Children's Centre Areas
MRM

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Under 2 Years - £66.90 / Over 2 Years - £60.50 Per Day
Under 2 Years - £302.90 / Over 2 Years - £279.60 Per Week
Under 2 Years - Morning £42.50 / Afternoon £39.30 Per Session
Over 2 Years - Morning £35.10 / Afternoon £32.90 Per Session

Availability

Age Ranges
From 0 years 3 months to 5 years 0 months
Any Other Notes

We are conveniently located on the Southampton/Hampshire border within easy access of the M271. 

We cater for individual children's dietary requirements (allergies, intolerances, vegetarians)

 

Inclusion Information

Special Needs

Has Provision
Yes
Experience with
Challenging Behaviour
Language impairment
Behaviour management
Speech and Language delay
Special Educational Needs
Severe dietary needs
Asthma
Epilepsy
Epi pen trained
Serious allergy
Downs syndrome
Physical impairment
Diabetes
Medication - Administration Of

Childcare Information

Vacancies

Immediate vacancies
Yes
Date updated
06/11/2019

Funded Places

3 & 4 year old funding
Yes
2 year old funding
Yes

Opening Times

Opening Times
Opening Times
DayOpening TimeClosing Time
Monday 07:30 18:00
Tuesday 07:30 18:00
Wednesday 07:30 18:00
Thursday 07:30 18:00
Friday 07:30 18:00

Vacancies

Maximum number of Vacancies
10

Vacancy Age Ranges
Vacancy Age Ranges
Age RangeVacancies
0-1 1
2-4 12

School Pickups

Offers pickups
No

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
EY319453
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 

Local Offer

Description

Please contact the setting for further information. 

Contact Name
Mark Hamilton Anderson
Contact Telephone
02380 735356
Contact Email
Southampton@brighthorizons.com
Links
Bright Horizons Southamton Nursling Day Nursery and Preschool

Other Education Extended Local Offer details from Bright Horizons Southampton Nursling Day Nursery and Preschool

How does your education setting know if children/young people need extra help and what do I do if I think my child has special educational needs?

• Consistent key person approach developing a professional relationship between you and a staff member to ensure you feel comfortable in sharing concerns you may have about your child’s development and progress.
• Child Profile packs completed upon registration where you are requested to share any concerns they may have regarding their child’s progress to date.
• Staring points are established based on information shared by you the parent in your child All About Me
• Inclusion Policy in place (process of being reviewed)
• 12-14 weeks summative reports that inform the child’s individual progress tracker. This is shared with you as the parent, so progress as well possible concerns can be highlighted. Next steps for learning are discussed and agreed. These steps are evaluated to ensure progress is being made.
• Weekly observations are made on individual children by their Key Person which is linked to the EYFS. These observations inform your child’s next steps for learning
• Progress Checks at Two are completed, you are advised to share with their Health Visitor. This report is shared with you, any possible concerns are discussed and actions agreed to address these concerns.
• Parent consultations are held every six months or more frequently if required to meet a child’s individual needs.
• Setting SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) is available to talk to you regarding concerns you may have about your child’s progress.

How will the education setting staff support my child / young person?

• Your child will have a named first and second key person who will work with the setting SENCO
• Play plans with specific targets will be devised with the setting SENCO and other relevant professionals to meet your child’s individual needs.
• With parental consent the setting will liaise with external agencies to meet your child’s individual needs.
• Your child’s key person and or setting SENCO will when invited attend external meetings and or appointments.
• The setting receives regular visits from Surrey Early Years to support individual children’s needs.
• With parental consent your child’s key person and or the setting SENCO will visit other early settings that your child attends.
• If appropriate we will apply for additional funding to support your child’s individual needs
• Accurate assessment records are kept (both formative and summative) to ensure that you child’s progress is effectively monitored and additional action taken if required

How will the curriculum at your education setting be matched to my child / young person's needs?

• Your child’s key person will devise personalised planning based on their significant observations and their identified next steps.
• Targets set within Play Plans are regularly monitored and reviewed .Where appropriate these targets will be set in liaison with relevant external agencies.
• Adult led experiences will be differentiated to ensure inclusion for all children.
• Adjustments to the continuous provision will be made to ensure inclusion for all children.
• If funding is accessed one to one support will be provided for your child to fully access all areas of the curriculum

How will both you and I know how my child/young person is doing and how will you help me to support my child / young person's learning?

• 12-14 weeks summative reports that inform the child’s individual progress tracker. This is shared with you as the parent, so progress as well possible concerns can be highlighted. Next steps for learning are discussed and agreed. These steps are evaluated to ensure progress is being made.
• Play plans with specific targets will be devised with the setting SENCO and other relevant professionals to meet your child’s individual needs.
• Targets set within Play Plans are regularly monitored and reviewed in a planned meeting, both you and relevant professionals will be invited to attend this meeting.
• Accurate assessment records are kept (both formative and summative) to ensure that you child’s progress is effectively monitored and additional action taken if required
• Your child’s Incredible Learning Journal is available for you to review at all times .This documents your child’s progress and achievements whilst attending the setting.
• You are encouraged to complete a Home Learning Story to document significant achievements /events at home ,this information will then be used to inform planning for your child
• Progress Checks at Two are completed, you are advised to share with their Health Visitor. This report is shared with you, any possible concerns are discussed and actions agreed to address these concerns.
• Parent consultations are held every six months or more frequently if required to meet a child’s individual needs.
• Weekly wall planers are displayed on the parents notice boards
• Your child’s key person will give you a verbal handover at the end of the session .If requested we will set up a home /school liaison book.
• A home visit can be arranged with your child’s key person

What support will there be for my child / young person's overall wellbeing?


• Where appropriate a Critical Care Plan is put in place to meet medical needs. This is regularly monitored and reviewed
• The setting has a Critical Care Plan policy.
• Medication can be administered in accordance with the settings Sickness and Medicine Policy.
• If necessary staff will access specialist training to meet your child’s individual medical needs
• The setting has a Promoting Positive Behaviour Policy which is consistently implemented by all staff
• Individual behaviour strategies are be put in place to meet individual needs
• Consistent key person approach will enable your child to develop a secure attachments.
• Strategies are put in place which are differentiated to enable all children to express their views and opinions.

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by your education setting?

• Setting has a named SENCO who has attended LA (Local Authority) training
• Staff access LA training to meet individual needs
• Where necessary bespoke training will be accessed to meet individual needs
• Setting has access to a Early Support Advisor
• Where appropriate and with parental consent staff can attend appointments with other involved professionals.

What training are the staff supporting children and young people with SEN and Disabilities had or are having?

• Setting has a named SENCO who has attended LA training
• Staff access LA training to meet individual needs
• Where necessary bespoke training will be accessed to meet individual needs.
• Setting SENCO attends Forum meetings along with the setting Manager

How will my child / young person be included in activities including trips run by your setting?

• Parent consent forms are completed for planned trips and outings
• Where necessary differentiation will be made to ensure all children can actively participate in planned trips and outings
• Risk assessments are completed for all trips and outings
• Setting has an outings policy
• Parents will be advised of planned trips and outings in advance, parental participation is actively encouraged.

How accessible is your education setting? ( indoors and outdoors)

• Where necessary reasonable adjustments will be made to the building and areas of the provision to ensure accessibility.
• Inclusion policy (currently being reviewed)ensures that we do not discriminate against a child with a disability
• Where appropriate funding will be applied for to access specialist equipment to met individual needs
• Adjustments made to the environment and strategies put into place  to support children and their families  with EAL
• Setting will access a translation service if required

How will the education setting prepare and support my child / young person to join the education setting, transfer to a new setting and or the next education stage and life?

• Prior to starting at the setting sessions will be booked for your child (we offer up to 8 weeks of free settling in sessions).These will be tailored to meet your child’s individual needs
• Home visits will be offered to you as part of your settling in sessions
• Where appropriate we will liaise with other settings that your child attends with parental consent
• Where appropriate with parental consent we will liaise with other involved professionals prior to your child’s start date to ensure strategies and equipment are in place to meet your child’s individual needs
• When your child is in transition to a new setting we will contact the setting with your consent to arrange for your child’s Key person and or setting SENCO to visit the setting
• We will invite the new setting to our setting to enable them to discuss your child’s progress and achievements during his time with us.
• A summative report will be completed for you to give to the new setting
• Your child’s Incredible Learning Journal will be given to you to share with the new setting
• If appropriate your child’s key person can be actively involved in the transition process to the new setting.
• The setting  has a transition policy

How are the education setting resources allocated and matched to children and young people's Special Educational Needs and disabilities?

  • Where appropriate the setting will apply for Inclusion and Discretionary funding
  • Where appropriate staff will access Sure Start /Toy libraries for access to specialist  play equipment

How is the decision made about what type and how much support my child /young person will receive?

When it is identified that your child has an additional need the setting will provide the relevant documentation to the LA to apply for Inclusion and Discretionary funding. They will ensure that this information is provided  within the given timescales

How are parents / young people currently involved in your education setting? How can I be involved?

• You are encouraged to complete a Home Learning Story to document significant achievements /events at home ,this information will then be used to inform planning for your child
• Parents evenings are held every 6 months
• Parent questionnaires are used for you to express your views and opinions on what we do well and we can do better.
• Parents have access to a parent portal
• A parent concern line is in place to enable you to express your views and opinions
• Parent Events are held on a regular basis
• Parent on line forums provide the opportunity for you to express your views and opinions and ask questions linked to specific elements of our service to both you and your child

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