Thank you to all our staff and families for their support with our current arrangements.
We are delighted with how staff, children and parents are coping with our 'new normal'. Should you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
We have undertaken extensive risk assessments to ensure that Covid risks are managed effectively. Please see our Covid risk assessment at the bottom of the page.
Please remember to re-new any 30 hour funding codes every 90 days.
Special Educational Needs
At Hall Farm Nursey School we aim to follow the requirements of Early Years Foundation Stage (2017) and provide an inclusive environment for all children and families.
As a nursery, we are committed to a policy of integrating children with special educational needs. Staff are made fully aware of the special needs of the individual children and encourage them to do all the activities on offer. Additional and appropriate help will be offered when needed with regard not to undermine self-confidence and independence.
The EYFS is our starting point for planning that meets the specific needs of all children. We set suitable learning steps and respond to children’s diverse learning needs and always promote their own unique individuality.
We work closely with many outside agencies and are able to obtain further support if necessary from other professionals such us portage, speech and language specialists, physiotherapists, other specialist programmes and how to access funding, should the need arise.
Hall Farm Nursery has dedicated staff with a wide range of experience and knowledge to support all the children in our care. Gayle Mitchell is our dedicated SENCO with Charlotte Butcher being deputy.