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Teeny Boppers Montessori School - Pre-school

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Teeny Boppers Montessori School operates for 38 weeks of the year, offering morning sessions from 08.45 - 11.45 a.m or afternoon from 12.15 p.m 15.15 p.m or full day 08.45 - 15.15. They offer lunchtime club from 11.45 - 12.45 p.m for children wishing to bring in a packed lunch. Breakfast Club is available from 8.00 am to 8.45 am

Who to contact

01753 532212

Where to go

St Ethelbert's Hall,
Methodist Hall
Ledgers Road

Local to Slough Bus station and railway station.

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£850.00 per term-afternoons only
£850.00 per term-mornings only
£1700.00 Per term
£3.00 breakfast Club session Before School
Second child of same family.

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access

Has Provision
Fully wheelchair accessible

Special Needs

Has Provision
Experience with
Learning difficulties
Language impairment
Hearing Difficulties
Challenging Behaviour
Serious allergy
Autism spectrum
Speech Impediment
Social development impairment
Delayed Development
Severe dietary needs
Emotional needs
Visual impairment
Trained to use an EPI Pen
We work with a range of outside agencies and seek further advice when needed

Dietary Needs

Has Provision
Experience with
Each child's individual medical and dietary needs are met and documented

Cultural Provisions

Has Provision
Experience with
This nursery promotes equality of opportunites and anti-discriminatory practice for all children.

Childcare Information


Immediate vacancies
Date updated

Funded Places

3 & 4 year old funding
2 year old funding

30 Hours Extended Entitlement

Intending to provide 30 hours entitlement
Registered to provide 30 hours entitlement

Tax Free Childcare

Signed up for tax free childcare?

Opening Times & Facilities

Full Time
Term Times
Multicultural equipment
Themed Sessions
Sleeping Area
Visit & Outings
Musical instruments
Arts & Crafts
Quiet Room
Both indoor and outdoor activities
Out-door Play

School Pickups

Offers pickups

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 

Local Offer


For children with SEND, we gather information on the needs of the child, working closely with the family and outside agencies if required.  A child will be invited in, and observations will take place throughout the session, we will look at their all round needs, working with the parents to divise a plan for the child's individual next steps, also looking at Developmental and milestone learning.

We would involve outside agencies for help, support and guidance.

Contact Name
Lesley Creedon
Contact Telephone
01753 532212
Contact Email
Local Offer Age Bands
Early Years (0-4 years)

Extended Local Offer Response

Special Educational Needs Policy

We work closely with the family, and link up with outside agencies for the requirements of the child.

Staff have many years of experience in dealing with SEND children.  Some child have undertaken the ITalk training, and worked with speech and language therapist.  We have had termly visits from the Consortium Team for children with hearing impairements and one child with visual impairments.

Termly discussions and strategy meetings.  TAC meetings (Team around the child) involving the school, parents and any outside agencies working with the family.

Teaching and Learning

It is important for each child to have a safe and secure environment for them to develop, enabling them to learn and progress, allowing the child to become confident and independent.

Each child is treated as an individual, and all their individual needs are met and developed accordingly.

A key person would be assigned to the child, the setting would offer a settling in time.  A Care and Learning Plan would be set up for each child.

Identifying and Assessing Special Educational Needs

We gather all the information that we require about the child from the parents and outside agencies if involved with the child/family.  We would assess the childs developmental milestones, and make a plan to support this child's needs, and looking at next steps needed to develop.

We would look at the child's understanding and developmental needs, divise a strategy plan, and involve outside agencies in helping with further information required.

Involving Parents and Children and Young People in Planning and Reviewing Progress

From the beginning we would involve the parents, offering time to come in and talk to the manager and key person, regarding any needs of their child.  We would support the family and sign post them about training and information they may require.

Half termly meetings would take place, and the key person would set achievable targets for the child, agreed by the parents and the school, looking at developmental matters and the EYFS.

Additional Support

Outside agencies.

Will be assessed when necessary.

Meeting the Social and Emotional Needs of Children and Young People with SEN

Emotional and Physical wellbeing is paramount to a child's development and learning.  Making the child feel safe and secure enables the learning process to begin, this then allows the child to become confident and as independent as possible.  All staff undertake professional developmnet to upskill their knowledge and become confident within this area.

Keeping Up to Date with Knowledge and Skills

All staff hold Paediatric First Aid, and epi pen training.  All staff have safeguarding qualification and two members of staff have ITalk qualifications.

Further training is always available for each member of staff through their Professional Development, and all staff have attended trianing in Autism Awareness, ADHD training, and  have access to SALT (Speech and Language Therapist), if we require any help.

The school keeps all it's policy and procedures up to date.


Transistion visits are organised for each child, with liaising with the school and teacher, passing on all relevant information and supporting the child for  a smooth transistion to take place.

Helpful Contacts

Social Services

SALT  - Speech and Language Therapist

SEN local co-ordinator.

Last Updated

This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations