Childminder is located in High Wycombe in the District of Wycombe.
I worked as a primary school teacher for a year and have looked after children within my family for many years. I now have a young son of my own. I can speak Hindi and Punjabi. We live in a quiet area near playgroups, Family Centre, the library and parks. I hold a certificate in Story Sack and Story Telling and I am experienced in arts and crafts.
I am a member of PACEY and hold a :
- Children and Young People's Diploma - option 5
- Diploma is DHC Level 3
- Paediatric First Aid in Childcare
- Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering
- Smile Award plus
- Safeguarding Children
- Opening Minds
- Opening Doors Disability Inclusion Training.
My Assistant’s qualifications are Safeguarding Children, Paediatric First aid in Childcare, ATC Fire safety Training, Mental Health Awareness, Basic drug awareness, Epilepsy and Seizures awareness.
We are a husband and wife team providing quality childcare in a caring family setting.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Venue Notes
Arriva Bus 32 will arrive at the end of Holmer Farm Lane (going towards Lane End), walk forwards a few paces, turn left and walk towards a sign saying "Catherine Court" and our setting is the first building opposite with the red roof tiles. Walk to door with welcome sign in different languages and you are there!
- Table of costs
Table of costs Age Amount £ Cost Type All Ages 5.00 Per day All Ages 50.00 Per day
- Cost Description
Siblings discount 10% off. Only applies to full time care.
- 3 and 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
- Age ranges
- From 1 month to 8 years 11 months
- When is childcare available?
- No. of weeks a year we are open
- Opening Times
Opening Times Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday 08:00 18:00 Tuesday 08:00 18:00 Wednesday 08:00 18:00 Thursday 08:00 18:00 Friday 08:00 18:00
- Other Availability
Other hours by negotiation.
- Pickups/Collections offered
- Chepping View Primary Academy
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest Ofsted inspection report
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Policy
Written by: Jass and Mani Jeetla.
As a registered childcare providers, we aim to follow the requirements of the EYFS (2014) and the Childcare Register (2014) and provide an inclusive environment for ALL children and their families. We are also required to comply with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 and the SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) Code of Practice 2014.
We will do this by:
- Regularly talking to parents/carer’s about the individual needs of each child
- Talking to children about their likes/dislikes and interests.
- Encouraging parents/carers to tell us about family culture/religion/beliefs.
- Providing a wide range of resources and activities which reflect the diversity of our local area and
- Supporting each child through sensitive observation, regular assessment and individually planned
activities to achieve their full potential.
- Providing individual support depending on the child’s needs.
- Using the 2-year progress check to highlight if I believe a child is falling behind in any of the prime
areas of learning.
- Focusing on the positive things that each child can do.
- Leading by example and challenging any form of prejudice.
- Providing resources which challenge stereotypical ideas.
- Sharing information about children’s learning and development – and providing ideas for home
learning - with parents/carers as required by the EYFS.
- Seeking permission to ask for support from outside agencies where appropriate, for example, Portage workers, Speech and language therapist, Quality improvement partners, BCCN coordinators.
- Attending appropriate training to ensure we have the skills and knowledge needed to support children and their families.
- Encouraging children to respect each other as individuals.
We welcome your feedback on our service at any time. We provide all the parents with a PDF of our policies and we are happy to discuss our policies verbally, or provide them in a different format under certain circumstances. If we believe a child needs additional support, we will speak to parents and ask their permission to approach agencies which will support their child. We will follow the graduated approach laid out in the Department for Education SEND code of practice to ensure every child receives the best possible care and learning development –
A SEND guide for parents and carers is available from -
- SEN Provision Type
- Universal service (No referral required)
- You Said We Did
Idea from being reflective "Sheltered outdoor play area may be a good idea in case of bad weather or to stimulate children who need a sensory experience to learn or play for example sensory impaired children"
Our solution was the sensory ally, incorporating Reggio Amelia and Maria Montessori play ideas with learning.
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