Our Sparks (18 months - 3 years) and Flames ( 3 - 5 year olds) rooms provide exceptional care for children in a safe and caring environment, ensuring that the children are able to enjoy, achieve, stay safe and be healthy.
Our day care is from 7.45am to 6pm, 38 weeks a year (following Warwickshire County Council Academic Calendar) and we offer Holiday Club (see below) for the remaining 13 weeks of the year, providing year round care.
Our flexible approach means we can meet your needs and your childcare requirements allowing you to design childcare that suits you. If your child is still having daytime naps then we can cater for them in our dedicated sleep area.
We offer 15 hours free childcare for eligible 3 and 4 year old children through the Nursery Education Funding (NEF) Grant scheme and for 2 year old children on the 2Help programme. We also offer the 30 free hours funded places to eligible children and we have a number of different options to use your requirements. Please speak with Yvonne to find out more.
Our session times are:
Full day 7:45pm - 6pm (using before and after school club)
Morning session 9am-1pm
Lunch 12 noon-1pm
Afternoon session 1pm - 4pm
For all costs, contact Tysoe Children's Group.
We encompass all seven areas of learning, based on Early Years Foundation, including the three prime areas:
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Communication and Language
and the four specific areas of:
Understanding the World
Expressive Arts and Design
Children are offered opportunities to meet these seven key areas, to develop and learn through play-based activities. Our staff plan for each child individually, supporting them throughout their development. We operate a key person system which ensures the communication and continuity of care for each child and their family.
Children are provided with a healthy snack, such as fresh or dried fruit, raw vegetables, cheese and crackers, mid way through each session. Milk and fresh water are available at all times for children to help themselves. Parents are asked to provide a healthy lunch. Children take turns to sit at a small table in the snack area and socialize with each other. Children are positively encouraged to help prepare their snacks under the close supervision of staff. This helps to promote independence, social skills and self awareness.