Longleaze pre-school and nursery in Wootton Bassett provides childcare for 2, 3 and 4 year olds. We are open from 9 -3 term time.
We were rated ‘good’ by Ofsted in our last inspection.
We have a wide range of aims. These include:
Provide high quality care and education for our children
Build the self-esteem and confidence of our children
Provide a safe, challenging, stimulating, caring and sharing environment which is sensitive to the needs of all children and inclusive of those with special needs
To empower children
Allow for discovery and to learn from mistakes
Be inclusive – every child matters
To work in partneship with parents and carers
As a setting we have decided to use the Bristol Standard to help us develop and improve the quality and effectiveness of our work. It is a way for us to continuously improve what we do rather than being a defined way of doing things that we have to achieve.
“The Bristol Standard demonstrates our commitment to reflective practice, self-evaluation and continuous quality improvement. The philosophy of the Bristol Standard is that we can all ‘improve on our previous best”.
The overall responsibility for running the pre-school sits with the committee made up of parents and other interested people. The day to day running of the setting is done by the manager and her team of regular staff:
Emma (Manager, DSL), Tracey J (Deputy Manager, DDSL) Barbara (Chair of the Committee)
Pre-school assistant team:
Abbie, Ali, Alison, Beth (SENCo), Caz, Catherine, Colette, Hannah, Hayley (DDSG), Lorraine, Sharna, Tracy C and Victoria.
All our staff have child care qualifications and each acts as key worker for a small number of children, getting to know them especially well.
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At Longleaze Pre School and Nursery we will work with children (including those with SEND), parents and the community to ensure their rights and safety, and to give them the very best start in life.
The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Emma Flack.
The Designated Deputy Safeguarding Lead is Tracey Jacobs and Hayley Dewsbury.
If anyone is worried about a child being abused or neglected out of school hours, they should contact Children’s Social Care Multi-agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on 0300 456 0108, and out of hours contact the Emergency Duty Team on 0845 6070 888