Children become sociable at a very early age and by 18 months are usually ready to build relationships, play and learn with other young children and with some adults outside their immediate family circle.
Plus Three Nurseries Ltd will encourage and build upon this social development in order that the child can make a smooth transition into full time primary education.
Our Aim is to provide an environment where learning is fun and a challenge to the inquisitive and active young child. Children are taught individually and in small groups to develop their own intellectual, creative, physical and social abilities through stimulation within the classroom and outside.
Each week we plan our activities based on observations made on the individual child. The aim of this method is to continually plan for the individual child’s next steps of development and learning, based on the three prime areas and then four further specific areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage of education
Prime Areas – Communication & Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social & Emotional Development.
Specific Areas – Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding of the World and Expressive Arts & Design.
All Plus Three Nurseries Ltd are registered with OFSTED for the care of children aged 18 months to 5 years (no additional cost) and are on the voluntary and compulsory part of The Childcare Register. We have highly qualified and experienced members of staff in each of our Nurseries and work with high staff to children ratios.
If your household income is less than £16,190, some children may be entitled to 2 year old funding for up to 15 hours per week
Early Education is funded by the government when a child reaches the age of three
– between 1st January and 31st March - FUNDED from the following Summer Term
–between 1st April and 31st August - FUNDED from the following Autumn Term
– between 1st September and 31st December - FUNDED from the following Spring Term
Free entitlement funding may be used for any of the hours we offer at no additional cost.
- 15 hours free entitlement for 3 & 4 year old children term after their third birthday
- 30 hours free entitlement subject to meeting criteria.
To apply for your 2 year funding, please click here
Call us on-
Tel: 07970 030769
9.30am - 12.30pm - Morning Session (both nurseries)
12.30pm - 1.00pm - Lunch club (both nurseries)
12.30pm - 3.30pm - Afternoon Session (Farley Wood - daily, Martins Heron Mon, Tues and Fri)
The nursery academic year is divided into three terms each with a one week half term break.
Academic Year Dates 2022/2023
Summer Term 2022
Inset Day - Tuesday 19th April
Term Dates - Wednesday 20th April - Thursday 21st July
Bank Holiday - Monday 2nd May
Half term - week commencing 30th May
Autumn Term 2022
Friday 2nd September - Inset Day
Monday 5th September – Friday 16th December
Half term Monday 24th – Friday 28th October
Spring Term 2023
Thursday 5th January - Inset Day
Friday 6th January – Friday 31st March
Half term Monday 13th February – Friday 17th February
Summer Term 2023
Friday 14th April - Inset Day
Monday 17th April – Friday 21st July
Half term Monday 29th May – Friday 2nd June
Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May
ADDITIONS AND ADDITIONAL SESSIONS
Children are accepted into the Nursery from the age of 18 months.
1. Parents may register their child on the waiting list of one of the nurseries at any time.
2. Available spaces in any one of the nurseries will be allocated at least half a term in advance using the following criteria:-
1st - To extend the number of sessions for children already attending the nursery where requested by their parents. If available spaces are limited older children will be given a priority.
In categories 2 to 6 below, priority will be given to children living in the area the community hall normally serves, which is:-
– for Farley Wood
Binfield Parish south of London Road and Popeswood
– for Martin’s Heron
the estates known as Martin’s Heron and The Warren
2nd - Intake of children with older siblings attending the Nursery to ensure they attend the same sessions.
3rd - Intake of children cared for by a Registered childminder or family member who already brings other children to the nursery to ensure they all attend the same sessions.
4th - Intake of children whose older siblings previously attended the Nursery.
5th - Intake of children living or cared for by a Registered childminder or family member in the area that the community hall normally serves.
6th - All other registered applicants.