Spring Park Nursery
Spring Park Nursery is a purpose built nursery, situated close to the main entrance of Croxteth Country Park and next to Larkhill Nursing Home. We are situated in a large modern detached purpose built building, which has been designed to the highest standard. We are registered with and inspected by Ofsted.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Lyndsey Johnson
- Contact Position
- Nursery Manager
0151 226 8600
0151 226 8600
Where to go
Spring Park Nursery
Muirhead Avenue East
- L11 1ER
Buses routes: 18 and 61
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £43 per Day for under 2's £42 per Day £200 per Week for under 2's £195 per Week £26.50 per Session £25 per Session (pm)
- Session costs for over 2's are: per Session 7.45 - 1.00pm: £26.00 per Session (pm) 1.15pm - 6.00pm: £24
- Other notes
The nursery children have weekly sing and sign sessions to support language and communication in baby room and Toddler room.
Children in all rooms have fortnightly physical development activities delivered by a sports coach.
All children have access to their own outdoor garden. Babies and Toddlers have direct access from their rooms. Pre school have a particularly large garden area space which includes a digging and planting area.
All children go out into the community regularly. Outings will include; trips to the local shops, trips to the local parks and outings to places like the vets to increase children's knowledge and understanding of the world. We also have visits to the nursery from the Police and Fire Brigade.
Opening Times & Facilities
- Opening Times
Opening Times Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday 7.45 6.00pm Tuesday 7.45 6.00pm Wednesday 7.45 6.00pm Thursday 7.45 6.00pm Friday 7.45 6.00pm
- Other Availability
- We close on bank holidays
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest ofsted inspection report
- Inspection history
Inspection History Inspection Date Inspection type Inspection Outcome 09/01/2008 Integrated Good 24/07/2012 Inspection (Early Years Register) Good 23/09/2013 Inspection (Early Years Register) Inadequate 11/12/2013 Inspection (Early Years Register) Good 13/02/2017 Inspection (Early Years Register) Good 10/06/2019 Inspection (Early Years Register) Good
1. How does the setting know if children need extra help and what should I do if I think my child may have special educational needs?
Before a child starts at our nursery they are invited to attend visiting sessions to help their child settle into the nursery and to share information with staff. Some children will need more visiting sessions than others depending on how well they begin to settle. During the first of these visits a staff member from the room will speak with you and complete an "All About Me" form which is used as the starting point of your child's learning and development journey at the nursery. Initial visits to the nursery give you the opportunity to discuss any SEN concerns
Approximately six weeks after your child has started at the nursery, the key worker will complete a full develoment assessment off all areas of learning using the Development Matters Framework.
The assessemnt is informed by what you tell us about your child and by informal and formal observation made whilst getting to know your child . This review of development is shared with you and presents an opportunity to discuss any concerns that you may have about learning and development. The assessment then informs the next steps for learning and development.
All children's progress is monitered coninually through informal and formal observations and monthly refective accounts. At the end of each term childrens overall development is assessed in all areas of learning.
Staff share information with parents daily and also invite parents to termly one to one meetings with their child's key person to discuss development.
All 2 year old children recieve a 2 year assessemnt check completed by the key worker. This is shared with parents and if permission has been obtained from the parents, this assessment will be shared with the child's health visitor also.
You are encouraged to speak with the key worker about any concerns you may have about your child at any time.
2. How will the staff in the setting support my child and how will the curriculum be matched to my child's needs?
As well as continuous provision in the rooms, staff will plan daily activities to support childrens individual needs and interests. In addition to this, staff identify a particular area to focus on for their key children and share this with you along with suggestions to support at home also.
3. What specialist services and expertise can be accessed by the setting?
We can access support from Childrens Centre support staff, Speech and Language Therapy Services, Educational Psychologist and Health visiting Team, all of whom can then signpost to other services to support individual children including Paediatricians.
4. How accessible is the setting?
The nursery is easily accessible to all rooms and gardens on the ground floor though one room is upstairs.
5. How can you support my child in transferring to the next stage of education?
All children are supported in their transitions on an individual basis that best suits their needs.
6. How are parents involved in the setting? How can I be involved?
We consult with parents on a daily basis and more formerly on a regular basis. Monthly we share 'main focus' we are working on with your child and suggest ways of supporting this area of development at home.
Parents attend meetings at the nursery which are arranged to discuss particular support for individual children. Parents can request a meeting with their key worker and/or Senco at any time.
- Contact Name
- Caroline Riley
- Contact Telephone
- 0151 226 8600
- Contact Email
- Local Offer Age Bands
- Early Years (0 to 5)
- Needs Level
- SEN Provision Type