Our Llantrisant setting was the first to open its doors. We have under-two and over-two sections, all leading out to a spacious garden. ESTYN registered to provide education for three year olds, receiving sector status in our last report.
Mon – Fri: 7am – 6pm
Sat – Sun: Closed
A standard full day runs from 8 am to 6 pm
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If you have any questions or would like to arrange a visit to our Llantrisant Nursery, please fill in and submit the form below or email email@example.com with the following information. We will be back in touch by telephone within one working day.
Facilities Available at Llantrisant
Based on one level with access for wheelchairs
Parking available for parents
All meals are cooked fresh on the premises
Our baby room is self contained, with its own milk kitchen and cot room, designed to be to be a home from home environment where babies can be happy and content. Children are encouraged to explore and develop their sensory skills by following planned activities and a flexible routine. There is also direct access to the garden.
Our toddler room is designed for children who are taking their first steps and those that are more mobile. It has access to our garden and outdoor classroom. Toddlers have a separate dining area and messy area – the messy area allowing our toddlers to explore and experiment with a wide range of materials to enhance their sensory skills.
Our preschool room is registered to provide education for 3 – 5 year olds, following the foundation phase which is child led, encouraging independence with support from trained staff. There is access at all times to the garden and outside classroom. There is also a quiet room with access to computers, a separate dining area and a messy area.
In Good Hands
A qualified BTEC National Diploma Nursery Nurse with over 12 years experience, Sarah recently joined the team after relocating from Hertfordshire, England. Sarah has experience of managing nurseries and has worked for well known nursery chains such as Busy Bees. She is passionate to see children progress and develop, and is currently working towards her Advanced Practice Level 5 in Childcare qualification.
Our Llantrisant nursery has been recognised for its achievements across the board, from food hygiene to education and staff training.
Investors in People
Designed to Smile – Gold
Sector Leading status in our ESTYN inspection
Rated 5 for Food Hygiene
WPPA quality assurance
Employers pledge essential skills
Service sector business of the year award
Small Workplace Health Award – Bronze & Silver
Staff trained in;
– Paediatric First Aid,
– Appointed First Aid,
– Child protection,
– Food Hygiene up to level 3
The nursery staff design activities that follow the Foundation Phase. Children are encouraged to join in activities suitable for their age and ability that will encourage learning through play. The nursery will provide opportunities for children to achieve this in all areas of development.
Gross motor skills – The children all have access to a large garden area that’s used in all weather conditions. The setting has a mixture of grass, patio, and soft landing areas. This allows us to offer a large range of physical activities ranging from bikes, scooter, climbing frame, slides, parachute and many more. The outside and inside areas offer continued play via activities such as water, sand, craft, digging and messy activities, all of which enhances the child’s individual gross motor skills.
Fine motor skills – The children take part in daily activities that enhance their hand and eye co-ordination. Activities are age and ability appropriate and range from playing with sugar strands, raisins, threading, jigsaws, finger painting, painting with brushes, mark making and messy play.
Children learn through hands-on experience, exploring and experimenting whilst taking part in fun activities. At Little Inspirations we implement the Foundation phase curriculum and principles for all children.
The children take part in long term, medium term and short term planning of activities. Each activity is constructed to enhance the children’s learning, and the staff extend the learning by achieving the learning outcomes and by monitoring the individual’s progress.
The children are surrounded by a wealth of language, in both English and Welsh. On a daily basis they experience stories, song time, circle time, drama and music time. All activities and display boards are completed in both English and Welsh, and all staff speak incidentally Welsh where possible.
We encourage language development by asking open-ended questions that extend the individual speech. Children will be asked for daily input with activities, and speech will be monitored and recorded in individual development books.
The setting provides a homely environment with love and security for all children, who are encouraged to express their emotions during play. To assist their imaginations they’re provided with a selection of dressing up clothes, home corners, shops and other play areas. Staff will respond to children who are upset with love and reassurances whilst listening to the child’s view and opinion.
A child’s voice is valued by all, and staff will listen and act on their request or need. Children take part in activities that encourage them to become aware of their emotions and how to respond to them on a daily basis.
The nursery creates a family environment for the children, who learn to become sociable by being part of the nursery community. They engage in daily activities such as washing hands, eating as a group, self serving, toilet training, using cutlery and dressing themselves.
Activities are also designed for children to learn to take turns and to value other people’s space and views. Children are surrounded by diversity, and take part in various activities that reflect a range of cultures, views, religions, and genders.
This is an example of a weekly menu, however menus vary between weeks and nurseries.
Four weeks before your child’s first session a deposit of £75 will be charged. This deposit is refundable only when four weeks written notice of leaving is given. When four weeks written notice has been given the deposit will be deducted from your child’s final invoice. Deposits will not be refunded if a child’s place is cancelled before they start.
Invoices are issued between the 20th and 23rd of the month and all fees are to be paid by the last day of the month in which the invoices are issued. You will be charged in advance for the month you will be receiving, this will be calculated by the number of days and sessions pre-booked in that month. Additional sessions must be paid for in advance or, at the latest, on the day of the required session. Fees will not be charged on bank holidays or over the Christmas closure. Any reduction in your child’s sessions will be charged for unless four weeks written notice is received.
In the event of fees not being paid on time there will be a charge of £25 for every week that the fees are late. You will receive a letter notifying you of late fees and stating additional charges. Enclosed in the letter will be a date from which your child’s place will be cancelled if no payment or arrangement of payment has been made.
Fees are still charged when a child is absent as overheads have to be paid and to ensure that your child’s place is secured. No fees are charged when the nursery is closed, this includes bank holidays and one week at Christmas.