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Happy Days Day Nursery Poole

Happy Days has developed an ambitious, broad and balanced Early Years Curriculum titled
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Venue/Contact Details
Beechbank Avenue
Beechbank Avenue
BH17 7FF
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Childcare type
Day Nursery
Provision type
  • Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Overall limit on childcare numbers
Times and Costs
Opening times:
Monday 07:00-18:00, Tuesday 07:00-18:00, Wednesday 07:00-18:00, Thursday 07:00-18:00, Friday 07:00-18:00
  • All Year Round
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Other Costs:
5 % sibling discounts 5% full time discounts and 5% NHS discounts available. Term time contracts available. £50 registration fee. Funded meal costs: 2 year funded £1.40 per morning 40p per afternoon. Standard 3 year funding £3.90 per morning 40p per afternoon. Extended 3 year funding £6.75 per day. Cost per session Half days: £40.50 (under 2's) £39.20 (2 years) £36.75 (3+ years) Cost per day £67.65 (under 2's) £65.35 (2 years) £61.40 (3+ years)
Ages, Booking Details and Referral Information
From 0 years to 5 years
Referral route:
  • Self Referral
Referral process:
  • Initial contact should be made by either visiting the setting or telephoning
Vacancies and School Pick Ups / Drop Offs
Immediate vacancies
Vacancy information
From the 1st November 20212 we have the following available: Under 2''s morning afternoon and full days available. 2+ years limited spaces available.
Number of vacancies
Religious and Additional Needs Provision
Additional needs supported:
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Behaviour, Emotional & Social Difficulty
  • Global Development Delay
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Learning Difficulty
  • Medical Condition, including Allergies
  • Speech, Language & Communication Needs
  • Toileting & Hygiene
  • Visual Impairment
Languages spoken
  • Italian
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Spanish
Special dietary provision
SEND Local Offer SEND

How do you communicate with the parent / carer whose child has SEND?

The key person and nursery SENCo discuss children’s developmental progress and learning in person or via telephone or virtual meetings. We share written updates and we can also implement a communication book which goes between home and nursery.

How do you help children settle into your setting?

We offer settling in sessions which are booked in advance of a child’s start date. We usually offer 3 settling in sessions but can be flexible with these and offer more if required. We ensure the child’s key person wherever possible is present for these sessions. We complete and All About Me form to help us get to know the child and family when they join and we can ensure the environment reflects the child’s interests.

What help and support does your setting offer to children with SEND as they move rooms or move on to school?

We support with transitions offering parent meetings and child settling in sessions from room to room. We share information between settings and arrange meetings with past or future settings.

How do you find out how each child likes to learn?

By completing and All About Me form regularly and through the key person role. The key person will observe and get to know the child.

Inclusive practice / SEND training and expertise within this organisation

Staff are experienced practitioners and attend regular training to keep their knowledge up to date.

The information in this SEND Local Offer was completed on 25/05/2021.

Are your staff DBS Approved?
Do you have a First Aid Policy?
Do you have Public Liability Insurance?