Deddington Nursery and PFSU

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The Nursery

Deddington Pre-School

What we do

  • We provide play-based education for children from their second Birthday, up until the July after they have turned three.
  • We are a small and friendly nursery providing a community nursery for the local area and surrounding villages.
  • Our staff are dedicated, experienced and professional early years practitioners who are able to care for and meet the needs of each individual child.

 Our Opening Hours…

  • We offer day and half-day sessions, between 9.00 am and 3.00 pm, with an optional early start at 8.30 am and later finish time of 3.30 pm.
  • Regular sessions are booked termly in advance and can be increased (subject to availability of places and staff/child ratios) at short notice.
  • We are open during term time and also run holiday clubs in the Easter and Summer holidays.

We also offer ad hoc sessions…

  • both to children who attend regularly and to other children whose parents/grandparents/carers need occasional childcare; eg to help out when other childcare is not available, to provide occasional free-time for you or maybe for your child to spend time with a friend at nursery.   Please call or email for further information and to check availability.

Fees…

  • Sessions are charged at £14.70 each.
  • An 8.30 am start and a 3.30 pm pick up are charged at £2.50 each.
  • Single hours are charged at £5.00 each.

Free Early Education…

  • For 2 year olds:

Some 2 year olds are eligible to receive 15 hours of early education free each week.  This funding applies from the main term after their 2nd birthday.  The entitlement to free early education for 2 year olds is subject to meeting specific criteria, eligible parents will be notified of their entitlement by Oxfordshire County Council.

  • For 3 year olds:

All three year olds are eligible to receive 15 hours of free early education each week during term time.  The funding starts from the start of the main term following their third birthday (ie, September, January or April).

 Ofsted Inspection Report…

  • The quality and standards of the early years provision; the provision is ‘Good’
        • Children demonstrate that they feel secure and settled in the nursery and have positive relationships with staff.
        • Staff use observations of children to accurately assess their progress and effectively plan for the next steps in their learning.
        • Children enjoy outdoor activities that promote their physical development and help them to explore the natural environment.
        • Regular staff training ensures that they are knowledgeable about safeguarding policy and procedures, which helps keep the children safe

Please read the full report:  DVN_Ofsted2014

  If you would like to know more, you are welcome to come and spend some time with us,

Please telephone the nursery on 01869 337383 to arrange your visit.

 


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