Dear Parents and carers
Our aim at Dubmire Daycare is to offer all children the opportunity to strive and to ensure our environment and resources promote equal inclusion. The staff at Dubmire Daycare are committed to working in close partnership with parents/carers and other professionals in providing quality childcare and education for each individual child. We aim to offer support and guidance to families in order to ensure each child has the best start in life.
Nursery staff plan using the Early Years Foundation Stage 0-5 years. This curriculum is developmentally appropriate and matched to the needs and interests of the individual child.
Staff attend relevant training sessions to keep up to date with current practices. We have appropriately qualified staff and they all have the relevant DBS checks and references sought. Our team is committed to providing the best care and education for all children.
Dubmire Daycare is an integral part of Dubmire Community Primary School and we aim to support our children in making a seamless transition to the next phase of their education.
OFSTED May 2013
This provision is outstanding
Children are excited and motivated to learn as staff have excellent knowledge of how young children learn, and provide rich, varied and imaginative educational programmes.
The quality of early language provision is exceptional. Staff provide activities, opportunities and experiences which significantly enhance children’s speech, language and communication.
Children make outstanding progress as a result of staff awareness of individual needs and precise assessment and planning for all children.
Children’s needs are quickly identified and exceptionally well met through the robust and effective partnerships between parents, other providers and external agencies.
Children understand how to keep themselves safe as all staff consistently give the highest priority to the safety of children.
Children have access to an extensive range of materials, with an emphasis on natural resources. Both indoor and outdoor areas are highly stimulating with excellent use of equipment, giving children opportunities to explore and become deeply involved in their learning.
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Mrs. S. Alsop