Tel: 01353 667819
OFSTED URN: EY451670
Open: 08.00 – 18.00 Monday to Friday
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Manager: Aga Winiarczyk
Situated in historic Ely our nursery is situated in Barns Community Rooms. This large recently refurbished space allows plenty of room with separate areas for toddlers and pre-school as well as messy play and a large outside space.There is short term parking right outside the door.
The nursery is registered for 40 children from 12 weeks to 5 years.
Our aim is to provide personalised learning, development and professional care in a relaxed, safe and happy atmosphere to help children to get the best possible start in life. In this supportive environment your child will be able to learn through play and, where appropriate, follow a curriculum that will help them develop to their full potential.
Under the Free Entitlement Funding scheme we offer free grant sessions of 15 hours per week for 38 weeks per year for all 3 and 4 year olds. We are also a registered provider of “Funded Twos” sessions for eligible 2 year olds. Click here for more details on available funding.
We join in with local projects and activities such as gala, scarecrow festival, tree planting and harvest festival, working along side local community groups and schools. We endeavour to keep our close bonds with local schools by personally attending settle sessions with your children at the school when children are transitioning. The teachers come to see the children and talk to staff within the setting throughout the summer term before they attend school.
Staff members within Clarence House Barns, Ely have a very good relationship with local professionals including speech therapists, occupational therapists; Children’s Centre workers and health visitors. This has been built up through various levels of involvement by them helping staff and families with children who have special educational needs and English as an additional language.
We are subject to inspection by OFSTED; after our latest OFSTED inspection in February 2013 we received a rating of ‘Good’ with areas of ‘Outstanding’.