Led by Ruth Marsh, a qualified Early Years Teacher, Butterflies is a bespoke 2-3 year old Early Years setting located within Burton Green Primary School, including 2 year old funded places. Our aim is to deliver outstanding provision. Our setting gives the children the chance to explore through play and develop skills for later life. We have a fantastic indoor and outdoor learning environment, all focused on the needs of 2-3 year olds. For current vacancies please contact us, as we work as flexibly as possible to meet children’s session needs, and often we can offer an immediate start if needed. For further information please contact us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01904 551024.
Visits are always welcome. Come and meet us and see our provision – we would love to show you around!
The Burton Green Butterflies team comprises of our Setting manager, Ruth Marsh, supported by Zoe Burke and Adele Vardy. Session times mirror the school nursery times and lunchtime care is available. Lisa Summerscales our Home-School worker can support you if you’re eligible for a 2-year-old funded place. The Yor-ok website has all the information you need here.
|Morning session ||8:30am-11:30am||8:30am-11:30am|
Comments from our latest Ofsted report include:
Teaching is consistently strong, with some outstanding elements. Staff use their in-depth knowledge of children to plan purposeful activities that help them gain skills in readiness for future learning.
Staff have created a welcoming and friendly environment. Children have strong bonds with staff and are clearly happy and settled.
All childcare and services should make reasonable adjustments to support disabled children and young people or those with additional needs. We believe in an inclusive practice and levels of experience of supporting different needs and our Setting Manager, Ruth Marsh, has worked with children with a variety of additional needs in previous roles over the last 10 years.
Our most recent Ofsted inspection in 2016 also identified this:
Staff use precise observation and assessment to plan for children’s ongoing learning. They gather information from parents about what their children can already do and know, and use this to inform their planning. The manager uses meticulous tracking systems to monitor the progress of different groups of children. She carefully scrutinises the data and uses her findings to plan timely interventions and to plan timely interventions and close ay gaps in children’s learning.