The Cabin at Tamar View, Plymouth is a fantastic new nursery beside the Tamar View Community Centre in St Budeaux.
We have a large play room for children, which caters to different age groups and unique developmental needs. We also have a small 'quiet room' for group activities.
We love to use the outside play area whatever the weather. It offers plenty of opportunities to explore the environment, as well as a productive growing patch and digging area.
Fun whatever the weather!
Let your children have fun and enjoy the children's holiday club at The Cabin Childcare Centres in Plymouth. We help children explore and learn about the world around them with various activities and games.
We understand the working parents may find it difficult to keep children entertained during the holidays. So, let them join our holiday club where they can interact with other children of their age and learn and grow together. Our professional childcare providers can tailor activities based on a child's individual development needs.
The Cabin Childcare Centres offer funded childcare for children across Plymouth.
All 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours per week of funded childcare and education (term time only) from the term after their 3rd birthday. 'Stretched funding' is also available for 12 hours per week stretched across 48 weeks a year. This includes half terms and summer holidays.
An additional 15 hours per week, totalling to 30 hours per week during term time or 24 hours per week using stretched funding is available for 3 and 4 year olds from working families who meet the necessary criteria. This must be applied for using the Childcare Choices website.
Please note that the funding application for this must be confirmed termly via the Childcare Choices website.
Some 2 year olds are also able to access 15 hours via Me2 funding.
We are a graduate-led setting with a high proportion of qualified staff. We also work alongside other agencies such as speech and language, and play therapists to support your child's needs.
At The Cabin we support every child as an individual, according their own developmental needs. We have a designated SENDCo at each setting and the majority of other staff have also received training in additional needs and disabilities.
We use pictures and signs to support communication.
We liaise with other professional agencies who often visit the children in the setting to support individuals learning.
Our Ofsted report states -
Staff are superb at encouraging inclusion and teaching children about individual differences in society. For example, staff support children to develop their communication skills using signs and symbols, and engage children in an exceptional range of community and cultural celebrations.