The Cabin at Barne Barton
The Cabin at Barn Park is a purpose-built setting which opened in 2014 for children aged 2-4 years.
We recognise that the first years of a child's life are the most important when it comes to learning, that's why we aim to offer your child a stimulating, fun and secure environment in which to learn and grow.
There is a large play room for the children to explore different areas and activities. There is also a small 'quiet room' for group activities.
Our garden has different areas for the children to explore, including a wooden train, mud kitchen, climbing frame bridge and sand pit.
A little about us
Looking for a reliable and trusted childcare centre in Plymouth? Feel free to contact The Cabin Childcare Centres in Plymouth. We are dedicated to helping children learn, develop and grow.
Each of our day nurseries has a dedicated Manager responsible for the day to day running. They work to ensure that the staff and children are happy, parents are supported and all policies and practices are adhered to. Each Manager is trained as a Senior Designated Safeguarding Officer.
The Cabin is a strong team, who believe in helping each other and most importantly, helping all of our children and families.
Feel free to contact us for more information about our nurseries. We will be there to answer all your queries.
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- Ofsted rating: Outstanding See the report for the school
- Plymouth Inclusion Charter
At The Cabin we support every child as an individual, according their own developmental needs. We have a designated SENDCo at each setting and the majority of other staff have also received training in additional needs and disabilities.
We use pictures and signs to support communication.
We liaise with other professional agencies who often visit the children in the setting to support individuals learning.
Our Ofsted report states -
Staff are superb at encouraging inclusion and teaching children about individual differences in society. For example, staff support children to develop their communication skills using signs and symbols, and engage children in an exceptional range of community and cultural celebrations.
- Day nursery, pre-school or out-of-school care
- Nursery - under 5 (can vary by location)
- Three / four year old funded
- Two year old funded
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