|Monday||8.30am - 3.30pm|
|Tuesday||8.30am - 3.30pm|
|Wednesday||8.30am - 3.30pm|
|Thursday||8.30am - 3.30pm|
|Friday||8.30am - 3.30pm|
Autumn Term 2022
|Starts: Thurs 1st Sep 2022|
|Inset Day: Thurs 1st Sep 2022|
|Half Term: Mon 24th - Fri 28th Oct 2022|
|Ends: Fri 16th Dec 2022|
Spring Term 2023
|Inset Day: Mon 3rd Jan 2023|
|Starts: Tues 4th Jan 2023|
|Half Term: Mon 13th - Fri 17th Feb 2023|
|Ends: Fri 31st Mar 2023|
Summer Term 2023
|Starts: Mon 17th Apr 2023|
|Half Term: Mon 29th May - Fri 2nd Jun 2023|
|Inset Day: Mon 5th June 2023|
|Starts: Tues 6th June 2023|
|Ends: Thurs 20th July 2023|
|Inset Day: Fri 21st July 2023|
About Gateway Elson
At Gateway Elson the children thrive in an atmosphere of praise and encouragement from the staff, who are genuinely interested and involved with the children. The positive contributions made by both children and staff are – quite simply – outstanding. Parents and children are greeted personally each morning; the staff work to form warm and trusting relationships with the children, as they are sensitive to individual needs. The staff are excellent at using highly effective methods to motivate the children and ensure the needs of the individual are met.
There is a positive approach to physical exercise in the outdoor area, which is both interesting and challenging. A wet weather surface enables the children to spend longer outside, providing extended opportunities for physical exercise while learning about time and the changing seasons. Indoors, the approach is equally positive: children are involved in the preparation of fruit and vegetables for Snack Time, while any special dietary requirements are properly catered for. The children take pride in their environment, enjoying tasks including tidying up! The commitment of the staff encourages independent thinking and problem solving by the children, by allowing them to explore, letting their imaginations leads them. This can be seen in the high levels of concentration by the children, so they persevere with activities, improving their knowledge and confidence as they solve problems. In this way the children build excellent levels of self-esteem, enabling them to value themselves as individuals. At the same time, the children understand what behaviour is acceptable, learning about the “Golden Rules” and “Kind Hands”.
However, the ultimate measure of success comes not from the staff of Gateway Elson, but from the parents, who often comment how pleased they are with their children’s progress.
The end result is, quite simply, that children do well at Gateway Elson. They achieve good progress in relation to their individual starting points. They remain individuals, confident in themselves and valuing the individuality in others.
The provision is GOOD please see OFSTED report for further information.
Elson Room Mobile - 07485 320 415
- Caring and learning for children from 2 to 5 years
- 15 hours of FREE CHILDCARE each week during school term time
- Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS)
- Stimulating and safe surroundings and activities
- Qualified, carefully selected staff - safely recruited
- Commitment to quality
- Respect, commitment and passion are at the heart of our service
- We encourage partnership with parents in all aspects of a child's care, learning and development
Debbie Birks Manager
Ursula Vinnicombe Deputy Manager
Gateway Elson, In partnership with St. Columbas U.R.C, Elson Road, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4BN
Manager: Debbie Birks T: 02392521535 E: email@example.com
We would be delighted to show you around any of our Gateway Pre-School locations. Please call 02392 982 360 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.