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Conewood Children's Centre

Conewood Children's Centre offers full and part-time childcare as well as the full range of children's centre services including stay and play sessions, health and family support services.

More information on Bright Start services for families with children under 5, including the timetable of local and online activities.

Please note: Conewood Street Children's Centre has recently changed its registration number which means that the link to Ofsted at the end of this page is not showing their most recent nursery inspection report. Conewood Street was last inspected in February 2020 and rated as Good. You can view the Centre's registration details here.

Healthy Start vitamins are available at all childen's centres.

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Take a virtual tour of our nursery!

Who to contact

Contact Name
Yasmin Omar
Contact Position
Head of Nursery
Telephone
020 7527 4440
E-mail
conewoodst.cc@islington.gov.uk
Website
www.islington.gov.uk/.../brightstart

Location

Address
14
Conewood Street
Islington
London
Postcode
N5 1DL

Time / date Details

Opening times/date
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm.

Other Details

Age Ranges
Childcare services are for children aged 6 months to 4 years
Cost Details
There is a charge for children under 3 and for those 3- and 4-year-olds who stay longer than the free education hours.
Who is this service for?
Everyone living in Islington who cares for a child under 5
Can I refer myself?
Yes
How to refer or apply

The Centre is popular and prioritises children on whether the child: is at risk or in need; has special educational needs; lives in Islington; lives close to the nursery; is the right age for the space available; has parents who are working or studying full-time.

You can apply for a place at a children’s centre by either collecting an application form from the centre or phoning and asking for one to be emailed to you. You can then return it in person or email back. If your child is offered a place, an admissions meeting will be arranged where you can bring in the relevant paperwork (proof of address etc) and the administrator will help you with the forms that need to be signed.

Centres are not offering tours at this time but you can see the rooms through a virtual tour and/or photo leaflets. If you would like any more information about protective measures in place at the centres to minimise risk of transmission of Covid-19 or curriculum practice and provision in general, please phone and ask to speak to the Head or Executive Head who will be happy to speak with you.

Childcare information

2 year old funding
No
3 & 4 year old funding (15 hours)
Yes
3 & 4 year old funding (30 hours)
Yes
Tax-free childcare
Yes

Local Offer

How will you support my child?

Our setting welcomes children with SEND and we are committed to working with parents and other professionals to provide good inclusive practice. Our Islington link Area SENCO provides us with support, advice and training re children with SEND.

Our SENCO has 6 plus years of extensive SEN experience and training to support children with autism and various developmental delays.

All of our staff have been trained on how to support children with speech and language delay and have had access to Attention Autism and Sensory Circuit training.

We have extensive experience of supporting and working with several children with severe and complex needs.

We conduct daily Attention Builder activities and carry out Sensory Circuits for children who have Autism. We also run daily language groups for children with speech and language delay.

We have access to the Social Communication Team, Speech and Language Therapist and the Educational Psychology Team, we have good links with our local Health Visiting Team and CAMHS practitioner.

Ofsted Information

Link to latest ofsted inspection report 
Record updated: 04/06/2021