Once Upon a Time - Hanworth
We offer a warm, friendly, caring and safe environment. All staff are child care and first aid trained and we have good staff ratios and offer one-to-one support for children with special needs.
We encourage the children to learn and reach their full potential through play. Each child is respected as an individual and we aim to create a fun environment. As well as an attractive spacious indoor room and wet play area, we have an outside play area which includes a safe surface area, a grass area, a water feature, a sandpit that the children can climb into and a gardening area.
Parents are encouraged to be involved in their children's learning and come along to the events organised by the staff. We offer settling in periods and take children who are not toilet trained.
- Named SENCO
- Samantha Watts
The setting has effectively supported children with a range of Special Education Needs and Disabilities to include:
- Social and Communication Difficulties
- Complex Medical needs
- Development Delay
- Speech and Language Needs
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Down Syndrome Hearing impairment
We have two designated Special Education Needs Co-ordinators. Our training includes:
- Attention and Listening
- Supporting children with Social and Communication difficulties
- Multi-sensory group time
In addition, all staff supporting children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities have experience in using a range of strategies to support these children. Some of these strategies include:
- Bucket time
- Special time
- Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
- Intensive Interactions
The team also have experience of working with a range of professionals including speech and language therapist to support children learning and developmental needs.
Setting SENCOs are experienced in writing and implementing individual support plans as well as making referrals to appropriate agencies such as speech and language therapist. Setting SENCOs are also experienced in making request for and contributing to children's Education, health and care plans.
With the support of our Early Years SEN advisory teacher, we have effectively supported children and families through a range of transition processes including leaving nursery to attend school.
We are a fully accessible nursery, with:
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilet facilities
- All on one level, including the garden.
- Contact Name
- Zoe Walsh
- 020 8894 4351
- Name of venue
- Hanworth Youth Centre
- TW13 6QQ
Registration details and inspection reports for this provider can be viewed on the Ofsted website.
- Has vacancies
- Drop off to and collect from
- Oriel Academy West London
- Opening Times
Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday to Friday 07:45 18:00 Monday to Friday AM 08:00 13:00 Monday to Friday PM 13:00 18:00
- All Year Round
Amount Cost Type £38.00 (Over 2's) Per Session £54.00 (Over 2's) Per Day £41.50 (Under 2's) Per Session £64.00 (Under 2's) Per Day
- Free Places for 2 year olds
- Free Places for 3 & 4 year olds (15 hours)
- Free Places for 3 & 4 year olds (30 hours)
- Tax Free childcare payments
- Childcare voucher payments
- Age Range
- From 3 months to 5 years