Cybertots At Copley Close
Cybertots Children’s Nursery at Copley Close Hanwell west London has been consistently recognised as a top performing children’s nursery since being acquired by Cybertots in 2009. Cybertots at Copley Close was again awarded “Outstanding” by Ofsted following our most recent inspection, and one can understand the reason why, immediately upon entering the nursery.
Cybertots is part of the Copley Close Children’s Centre, and in line with our other nurseries, Cybertots has always sought to push our nurseries to the forefront of today’s development. In addition to the standard Ofsted curriculum, Cybertots teach additional classes to further enhance and broaden our children’s development including Art, Dance and Spanish.
At Cybertots we believe that physical health is fundamental to developing a healthy mind and promote physical activities including dance, with a dedicated dance teacher attending weekly.
The privately secluded garden allows children plenty of space for games and outside learning whilst the preschool room with open space is divided into areas that provide educational resources for the children’s curriculum.
We have a dedicated cook, providing freshly cooked meals on the premises, and are able to cater for specific dietary requirements.
As a part of wider learning, we regularly take children for outings to the park, local shops and library.
Cybertots at Copley Close are fortunate to have a dedicated babies room, where we can accommodate up to 9 babies from the age of 3 months old. The babies also have their own dedicated outside space in the garden, where they can play without being disrupted by older children and remain under the watchful eye of our exceptionally trained and devoted staff.
Cybertots Children’s Nursery at Copley Close Hanwell, West London and is located a short walk from Castle Bar train station. It is also well served by other transport links. We offer 15 hours a week free nursery education for all 3 and 4 years old and eligible 2 year old children.
Copley Close Newsletter
Thursday 28th May 2020
We are all looking forward to welcoming your little ones back into our nurseries next week on Monday 1st June 2020. To help make this transition period as smooth as possible we have a new Cybertots Newsletter containing some useful information.
You can download this Newsletter as a PDF using the link below:-
March 2020 Newsletter
Welcome to our March newsletter. I hope we can finally say goodbye to the storms that have disturbed our first steps into spring!
We had a special visit from the fire station, they very kindly brought their fire engine and allowed the children on the truck. The children were very excited to see the fire fighters and their truck and loved seeing the flashing blue lights up close. We even had our very own Karis dress in the uniform.
Due to the severity of the Coronavirus, we have had to take further measures to help limit the spread of the virus. This has meant cancelling our planned Mother’s Day tea. I will keep you updated on any further changes in the next few weeks.
I am pleased to inform you that Jade has been promoted to Deputy Manager! Jade remains room based and will continue to carry out her role as Pre-school Room Leader and SENCO. She will manager her time between the office and room. I am also pleased to let you know Joanna (Asia) from the Baby Room is now Third in-charge. Asia continues her role as Room leader. If you have any questions, please do come and see me.
As we end our spring term, staff have completed summaries on their key children. A written report for parents to read and meet with their key person to find out how your little ones are getting on at nursery. Dates and times have been pushed back and so parents’ meetings will be held after Easter.
Dates and times will be displayed in your child’s room by the end of March. Please do sign next to your preferred time on the boxes provided. If you are unable to attend on the date given, please speak to your child’s key person to arrange a more suitable date. These meetings are informative and is a great opportunity to sit and discuss in detail your child’s progress and/or any issues or concerns you may have. Please do try to attend.
Hello, My name is Martyna Bak, I am the Special Educational Needs Coordinator for Cybertots nurseries. I am a qualified Early Years Educator and have been working in childcare for over 7 years. I have experience in implementing early intervention programmes with small groups of children and using specialist strategies to support children on one-to-one basis to support their individual needs.
My role in the nurseries is to identify delays in development and support children and their families in achieving early learning goals to ensure children thrive in educational environment and are ready to be competent learners in school.
Early identification + Early intervention = Better outcomes My passion is to work with children and their families to meet their individual needs to allow children to thrive in their learning.
I have experience in working with children with speech, language and communication difficulties, social communication needs, Autism spectrum disorder, Down’s Syndrome, personal, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
I also make referrals to specialists and professionals to further assess children’s needs as well as local services available to all families in Ealing and Hounslow.
The best way to contact me with concerns and questions is via email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to the designated SENCO in your child’s nursery, who is Jade. Martyna will be visiting us once a week.
We like to celebrate our children’s birthday here at nursery and we welcome cake brought in by parents. However due to various allergies and parent preferences not all our children can eat the cake that is brought in. And also, taking into consideration that sometimes the children have cake for pudding, any birthday cake brought in will be cut and sent home with each child. The staff will of course light candles and sing, and It will be explained to our older children that they will be taking cake home instead of eating it straight away. Thank you for your cooperation on this matter.
That is all for now.
If you have any questions or would like to have a chat with myself, please feel free to stop by the office.
From Sonia and the team