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What You Can Expect
Honey Pots Swadlincote operates from a former modern Chapel. Within the property we provide a wealth of care and education for our Tiny Tots, Toddlers and Pre-School rooms.
We are registered with Ofsted to care for no more than 50 children aged 3months to 12 years.
All rooms are kept bright and airy with a warm natural feeling. The structure of the rooms are age allocated as a guidance however we always consider the unique age and stage of each child and work closely with our families to ensure the correct emotional and development allocation is made.
The nursery also benefits from both internal and external C.C.T.V and for our parents use an optional use of a secure finger print access system.
We have an exceptional secure large outside area. Here we definitely utilise this open space in all weathers and enjoy plenty of fresh air and views over Swadlincote. Dependant on the demand we offer added opportunity of providing Forest School sessions.
We also enjoy a designated room that promotes sensory exploration and a home library facility. Our children can use this room for many purposes such as tranquility chill time or supported one to one time. The room is furnished with a sensory tent, ball pit, calming music and wind chimes, changing colourful lights and mirrors.
The Provision is GOOD
~ The management team has worked hard since the last inspection to raise the quality of the provision. Self-evaluation is effective. The views of parents, children, staff and outside agencies are used to help the manager identify ways to continue to improve children’s experiences.
~ The nursery is very well equipped. A wide range of interesting resources is easily accessible, both indoors and outdoors. This means children are eager to join in and are able to confidently make choices to lead their own play.
~ Staff are passionate about supporting children who have special educational needs and/or disabilities. Secure partnership working with outside agencies and other professionals ensures that when needed, children receive support as early as possible.
~ The nursery environment reflects the diverse backgrounds of the children and the wider community. Children learn to respect and celebrate each other’s differences. They are valued as unique individuals.