"The facilities are modern, clean and well equipped for children to play and learn through play both indoors and outdoors. The ladies who run the nursery are all very good, their manner with the children speaks for itself as they are loved by all. The energy and enthusiasm they put into their relationships with the children is immediately apparent earning them respect from the children. Each child has a key worker and a “scrap book” which charts their development for each term and is made up of artwork and photo’s – it’s a great way to see how your child is doing and a lovely piece of memorabilia."

 

- Emma Moyle Mum of Ella (age2)

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Meals

We encourage children to eat healthily and offer a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables at snack. A cooked dinner is provided by the nearby school for us of which a weekly menu is always available to see in advance. Milk and water are readily available at all times.



Funding


We are registered to claim Nursery Education Grant funding on parents behalf, it is deducted from the fees. This is available term time only. A term is considered 11 weeks; parents pay for additional weeks. For more information, please see the Nursery Manager.

We also accept payment by childcare vouchers.


Fairways Child Care: Our Staff

All of our staff are qualified, experienced professionals who have been checked to the highest standards by the police and OFSTED to ensure they are suitable to work with children.

Faye Spalding. N.N.E.B - Nursery Manager/Owner
Rebecca Davies. N.N.E.B N.V.Q.3 Deputy Manager./ SENCo
Carole Grist. NVQ 3 Nursery Officer.
Connie Spalding. NVQ 3 Nursery Officer
Jodie Brown. NVQ 3 Nursery Officer/SEN Assistant
Kerry Willson. NVQ 3 Office Manager

 

Your Child's Key worker

Every child is assigned a key worker who is a first point of contact for parent/carers. The key worker keeps up to date records of your child’s progress whilst they are at nursery. For the Pre-school children this includes the Early years foundation stage, which is completed throughout the foundation stage. Alongside this and for the younger children, a workbook of significant work and photographs of this are also kept. As parents/carers, you are free to see these at any time; however, it is easiest to make an appointment if you wish to speak to their key worker about progress.