Woodlands Nursery is an assessment provision based at Kirkleatham Hall School for pre-school children who have special educational needs and/or disabilities. The provision provides early identification, assessment, teaching and therapy.
Woodlands Nursery is funded by the Local Authority (LA) and is jointly commissioned from Early Years and High Needs Funding for children aged two, three and four years old. This is a borough wide provision: children anywhere within Redcar and Cleveland can be referred for a place in the nursery via the Early Years Special Educational Needs (SEN) panel.
Woodlands Nursery, Kirkleatham Hall School, Kirkleatham Village
Redcar, Cleveland, TS10 4QR
Telephone: 01642 483 009
Fax: 01642 480 054
Head Teacher: Paul Mclean
Assistant Head Teacher (EYFS and Woodlands Nursery Lead) - Debbie Zipfell
Chair of Governors: Doug Thomson
Nominated safeguarding children: Paul Gribbon (Designated Lead), Lucy Chapman, Paul Mclean, Debbie Zipfell, Victoria McDermott, Gemma Taylor (Deputy Leads)
Nursery Teacher for Woodlands Nursery: Hayley Aspery
Teaching Assistants: Victoria Richards, Janet Cahill, Sam Hartley, Debbie Underwood and Angela Longdon.
School Nurses – Sue and Terri-Ann (01642 477 782)
Child and Family Welfare Leader - Lucy Chapman
Reception – Claire Hunter
At Woodlands Nursery, we have divided our provision into two groups. Our Communication group which runs Monday – Tuesday 8:30am – 4:00pm and our Complex Needs group which runs Wednesday 8:30am-11:30am and Thursday – Friday 8:30am – 2:30pm.
See below for more information on our two groups and activities that are on offer at Woodlands Nursery.