We are a nursery linked to the primary phase of Teignmouth Community School located at the top of Mill Lane, led by a fully qualified teacher.
The nursery has 2 rooms and ample outdoor environments to explore.
We take children from age 2 upwards, and we welcome them to start at any point during the term time.
We follow the children’s interests and from this plan around a story each week, this means that the children get to listen to lots of exciting stories and have plenty of opportunities to play and explore their the environment through choosing their own learning.
We currently have availability for our nursery, please contact Mrs Elver firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 01626 772320.
We are open Monday to Friday- 8:45 – 15:00 (term time only.)
Morning session- 8:45 – 12:00
Afternoon session- 12:00 – 15:00
Funding and Payments
We offer both funded and paid for sessions here at Mill Lane.
The types of funding available are:
- 2-year-old funding (you will either receive a Golden Ticket or need to apply)
- Early Years Entitlement
- 30 hours Extended Entitlement (you will need to apply)
To apply for the funding please visit https://www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/
Paid sessions are available, the charges for these are:
- 2-year olds £15 per 3 hour session
- 3-4 year olds £12 per 3 hour session
All paid sessions are payable a month in advance, this is payable through our online payment system School Money.
Children that attend for a whole day or afternoon session will need to bring a packed lunch, alternatively a hot school meal can be purchased for £2.50. This is payable through our online payment system School Money.
Seesaw is an app that allows you to keep up to date with your child’s learning. You can see what your child is up to during their day with us at nursery. It is a great way for us to communicate between school and home and allows you to upload photos, videos and comments of your child’s achievements.
This half term we are focusing on rhyme so we have began by looking at the stories, ‘Oi Frog,’ and ‘Foxes socks.’ The children have been joining in with the stories and exploring words that rhyme.