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Keep Guard Day Nursery

Our babies are cared for in a cosy, warm and soothing environment, providing activities which stimulate their senses using textured materials and a wide variety of toys, water, sand play and music.

Our older 0-3 toddlers have access to two spacious rooms providing exploratory activities such as playdough, cooking, threading, puzzles, mark making, small world, sharing stories, singing, homecorner, art & craft, water, sand and painting.

Within our pre school our environment encourages the children to explore sand and water play, role-play, cooking, art & craft, woodwork, mark making, mathematical concepts, construction, threading, board games, musical instruments, ICT, books, story sacks and singing.

Our after school children are collected from three local schools by a member of staff in our people carrier and taken back to the club. There they have the opportunity to complete homework in a quiet designated area, 'chill' at the snack bar, relax listening to music or reading books or play a game until home time at 6pm. During the school holidays a program of activities is devised that include both planned and spontaneous activities. Regular features indoors include: playing games, art & craft, cookery, music, role play, design technology and games consoles. Outdoor activities include football, rounders, spare parts play and team building games.

01234 327955

Kempston Rural Lower School

At Kempston Rural Lower School everyone is responsible for the environment in order to promote the happiness, safety and learning of all.

We will strive to provide a secure environment in which children enjoy their learning and reach their full potential, thrive and develop into confident and caring citizens.

Through a child-centred approach we aim to promote:

• High self esteem
• Spiritual and moral awareness
• Enjoyable and independent learning
• Caring individuals

In order to achieve these aims we will endeavour to:

• Treat the individual with respect
• Raise awareness to the needs of others
• Encourage children to be active in their own learning whilst developing a reflective attitude and necessary skills
• Maintain and raise standards
• Provide a broad, balanced and stimulating curriculum accessible to all
• Continue to develop our valued links with the community, the LA, the church and other external agencies

01234 854286

Kings Cottage Nursery and Preschool

To care for children and to provide a caring and safe environment. Our service will support from 3 months up to the age of 8 years. Within the nursery there are three rooms, Baby room, Toddler room and Pre-School.

01234 222589

Kings Oak Primary School

King’s Oak Primary School a school where people are welcomed, excellence is pursued, efforts are valued, ambition is nurtured and the potential of every child is realised.

01234 220480

Kymbrook Pre-School

Kymbrook Pre-School offers EYFS provision as a PVI in a village community to children 2-5 years. We also offer a Breakfast and ASC for children who attend the local lower school. We can offer a wrap around care/education for children from 2 years old. This means that children who have any additional needs can have the security and emotional support of the same familiar surroundings and staff team who cross between the different parts of the offer. Activities are based on the EYFS Curriculum inside and outside.

01234 376100

Lakeview Primary School

‘To develop a learning environment that will maximise the progress of all, including vulnerable children and the most able.’

01234 741653

Livingstone Primary School

At Livingstone we offer every child the opportunity to succeed.
We recognise that every child is an individual, learning and developing at different rates, and bringing a range of skills, abilities and interests to their individual learning styles.
We ensure that quality planning, teaching, assessment and evaluation take these individual differences into account, in order to enable children to make appropriate progress.

01234 352879

Milton Ernest Lower School

‘At Milton Ernest Lower School we believe that education enriches people’s lives and aspirations. We value everyone and strive for all to reach their full potential’. (Taken from School Vision statement)

We believe that every child should have access to all aspects of school life so that they are able to be involved active learners and benefit from all that the school has to offer. Some children have pre-diagnosed Special Educational Needs (SEN) when they join us and some children are identified with such needs when they have been with us for a while.

We will endeavour to make any reasonable adjustments to accommodate a child with Special Educational needs or disabilities and will work to support a child’s intellectual, physical, social and emotional development. Children who have special educational needs will be identified as quickly as possible so that these needs can be addressed. We recognise and value the importance of parental involvement and are happy to meet with parents to discuss any concerns.

We are guided in our work by the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice (2014).

The code sets out a legal framework in which the school operates. This document defines SEN as follows:

‘A child or young person has SEN if they have a learning difficulty or disability which call for special education provision to be made for him or her. A child of compulsory school age or a young person has a learning difficulty or disability if he or she:
a) has a significantly difficulty in learning than the majority of others the same age,
or
b) has a disability which prevents or hinders him or her from making use of facilities of a kind generally provided for others of the same age in mainstream schools or mainstream post- 16

The school receives money within its allocated budget to support children with additional needs. Most of these funds are allocated to employ our teaching assistants and the rest is used for purchasing appropriate resources.
If a child has a Statement of Educational Needs or an Educational, Health and Care Plan there may be additional funds available from the Local Authority to supplement our own budget.
Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 and associated regulations requires all schools to publish their SEN offer and below you will find a series of questions and answers that set out our current provision.

01234 822079

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