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Feathered Skies Limited

Day nursery

Feathered Skies is an independent nursery positioned within the community of Middle Wallop. We have an excellent reputation for our childcare provision being passionate about giving every child the best foundations for lifelong learning and holistic happiness, whilst offering children and their families a service that promotes equality and celebrates diversity.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Joanne Littlejohn
Contact Position
01264 781269

Where to go

AAC Middle Wallop
Beech Avenue
SO20 8DY

Childcare Information


Contact provider for vacancy details?

Funded Places

3 & 4 year old funding
2 year old funding
Registered to provide 30 hours entitlement
When is childcare available
All Year
Opening Times
Opening Times
DayOpening TimeClosing Time
Monday 08:00 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 17:00
Thursday 08:00 17:00
Friday 08:00 17:00
Construction toys
Music time
Messy Play Area
Full cooked lunch
Heuristic play
Visit & Outings
Walks to local park etc
Home Corner
Sensory Play
Nature Exploration
Healthy Eating
Soft Play area
Both indoor and outdoor activities
Woodwork Room
Quiet Room
Songs, Rhymes and Music
Water play
Outdoor Play
Books & Storytelling
Small world toys

Ofsted Information

Ofsted Inspection Report
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 
Inspection history
Latest Inspection
Inspection DateInspection typeInspection Outcome
21/10/2022Inspection (Early Years Register)Good

Inclusion Information

Special Needs

Has Provision
Caters for children with special needs. Soc. Interaction Difficulties,Speech and lang. difficulties

Cultural Provisions

Has Provision
Cultural and Spec. Diet. Needs



Age group - Under 2's: 7.62 per hour. Age group - Costs age 3 - 5: 7.05 per hour. Age group - Costs Ages 2 - 3: 7.34 per hour

Local Offer

Local Offer

We have regard for the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) (DfE and DoH 2015) which states that local authorities must ensure that all early years providers that they fund in the maintained, private, voluntary and independent sectors are aware of the requirement on them to meet the needs of children with SEN and disabilities. When securing funded early education for two, three- and four-year-olds local authorities should promote equality and inclusion for children with disabilities or SEN; this includes removing barriers that prevent access to early education and working with parents to give each child support to fulfil their potential.

The term SEN support defines arrangements for identifying and supporting children with special educational needs and/or disabilities. We are required to offer appropriate support and intervention and to promote equality of opportunity for children that we care for. Children’s SEND generally falls within the following four broad areas of need and support:

  • communication and interaction
  • cognition and learning
  • social, emotional and mental health
  • sensory and/or physical needs
Contact Name
Hayley Bigmore
Contact Telephone
Contact Email
How does the setting/school/college know if children/young people need extra help and what should I do if I think my child/young person may have special educational needs?

We monitor children development and conduct regular summative assessments to identify children that need support. If a parent/carer thinks their child may have a special educational needs, they can discuss this with us at our registration process, during our regular parent/carer consultations and/or at anytime they have a concern.

How will early years setting/school/college staff support my child/young person?

We will work together with parents/carers and other professionals to tailor to individual educational plan that supports the child strengths and focuses on manageable next step of progress.

How will the curriculum be matched to my child's/young person's needs?

Our curriculum focuses on a child being the best version of themselves and though guidance children can make choices, be independent and prepare for the next stage of learning. 

How will both you and I know how my child/young person is doing and how will you help me to support my child's/young person's learning?

We hold regular meeting every 6 week for parents, during these meeting an agreed learning plan is drawn up using knowledge and strength of the child.

What support will there be for my child's/young person's overall well being?

Our nurturing setting ensures that all children and happy, safe and secure. We plan our transitions and activity around the children, allowing them to take ownership of their learning.

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the setting/school/college?

SENCO induction training complete. 

members of staff are trained in Elkins, Makaton, and THOMAS outreach.

What training have the staff supporting children and young people with SEND had? Are any being trained currently?

SENCO is beginning the early years SENCO level 3.

Members of staff have recently complete Makaton and THOMAS outreach programme.

How will my child/young person be included in activities outside this classroom including school trips?

The setting will plan in advanced to support all children trips outside the setting, we would also liaison with parents.

How will the setting/school/college prepare and support my child/young person to join the setting/school/college or the next stage of education and life?

The setting would work alongside parents/professionals to support the child. We would work together to conduct a plan of transition around that individual child's needs. 

How are the setting's/school's/college's resources allocated and matched to children's/young people's special educational needs?

We provide resources to support the individual needs of the child, and if allocated funding this would be used to provide specialist equipment/resources or extra staffing support.

How is the decision made about what type and how much support my child/young person will receive?

Our setting would observation and use assessments, using the solvent development chick list and the graduated approach. this would support the setting to identify the areas of support needed. From this a plan would be put in place to support the child individual needs. 

How are parents involved in the setting/school/college? How can I be involved?

The setting offer parents to come in for parents consultations once every full term.

The SENCO will also email/phone to talk about what the setting are doing to support the child. parents are also invited to attend a meeting every 6 weeks to discuss the child's induvial educational plan.

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