The children who attend Mulberry Day Nursery are from various backgrounds, bringing with them a wide range of interests. We will support every child’s individual social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs, through observation and assessment of their abilities. Every child development is measured assess and tracked through the EYFS Development Matters. Activities at the nursery include painting, water/sand play, reading (storytelling and poetry), music (song and dance), and drama (role play). All activities help to develop the child’s personality and aid self esteem. Toys which manipulate and develop cognitive skills and life skills i.e. health & safety, cooking, first aid; gardening allows children to be aware of their self. The nursery provides the foundations needed to support their numeracy, language and literacy skills and development. Between the ages of 3 – 5 years the children will be learning through their first hand experiences based on the early year’s foundations stage.
Inclusion and Special Educational needs We aim to work in partnership with parents who have children with learning difficulties or a physical disability. We aim to encourage and support all children to get the best opportunity from nursery life. All staff are trained to observe and monitor each child’s development to ensure that each child is treated as an equal and encouraged to take part in all of the nursery’s activities. Staff attends ongoing training both in-house and out, this ensures that our practice is up-to-date and relevant. We have a trained SENCO in the setting. This is a special educational needs co-ordinator their role is to attend training courses and implement this information in the nursery setting.
At Mulberry Day Nursery we aim to provide a safe and secure environment for all children under our care. All staff are given appropriate training to raise their awareness of child protection, and ensure that no children are at risk of any form of abuse. If the staff should notice any abnormal behaviour, or be concerned about any bodily marks it will be their responsibility to take the appropriate actions. At Mulberry Day Nursery we follow the guidelines stated by the Waltham Forest Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub. If under any circumstance a member of staff is suspected of being abusive to a child, they will be suspended immediately until the situation is resolved to the satisfaction of those involved. All staff must have an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check before they are employed by the nursery.
Ready to contact Mulberry Day Care? Great, please contact us on either of the details listed below and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
70 Canterbury Road
Leyton London, Postcode E10 6EE
Opening hours: Monday to Friday :
08:00 - 18:00