Moor Lane Church Pre-School
Moor Lane Church Pre-School has been operating in Cranham for over 30 years. We provide pre-school care and education for children between two and a half to five years, in a caring, supportive environment which is designed to help children to feel secure, confident and happy to learn.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Lorraine Naggs
- 07599 930469
Where to go
- RM14 1HN
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 9am - 12.10pm & 12.15pm - 3pm
Not open on ??Thursdays
- Other notes
For more information or an application form to join our waiting list, please call the pre-school on 07599 930469 and speak to the manager, Lorraine Naggs.
- 3/4 year olds - 15 hour Universal Offer
- 2 year olds - 15 Hour Offer
- 3/4 year olds - 30 hour Extended Offer (Working Parents)
- Yes .
- Tax Free childcare (Working Parents)
- Ofsted URN
- Latest Ofsted Report
Latest Ofsted Report Inspection Date Rating Publication Date 28/01/2019 19/02/2019
We have experience in caring for children with additional needs and have previously had children in our setting with autism, dwarfism, down’s syndrome, behaviour issues, speech and language delay, physical disabilities, hearing impairment requiring Makaton. We ensure that all children have opportunities to participate in the activities at our pre-school and have worked closely with both parents and outside agencies to support the learning of children with additional needs, including the inclusion service, occupational therapist, speech and language service, behaviour support, child psychologist, area SENDco.
Our setting recognises the importance of early identification and intervention, as well as the assessment and provision for any child with special educational needs. Our provision for children with additional needs falls under four broad areas: communication and interaction, cognition and learning, social, mental and emotional health, sensory and/or physical. Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, together with the child's key person oversees the identification of children with special educational needs and the provision being made for them in the setting.
We welcome children from all cultures, faiths and backgrounds.
In our setting we actively promote the fundamental values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. These are interpreted for our youngest children as learning right from wrong; learning to take turns and share; and challenging negative views and stereotypes. Children's personal, social and emotional development is of prime importance, encouraged in our curriculum through clear, supported and negotiated behaviour boundaries, help to manage feelings and be part of a social group, giving children choices and decisions about play resources and activities
Our building is not wheelchair friendly at present, but there are future rebuilding plans which will address this.
- Contact Name
- Lorraine Naggs
- Contact Email
- Local Offer Age Bands
- 0-5 years
- Needs Level
- SEN Provision Type