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Cylch Meithrin Cae Top Breakfast Club - Breakfast Club

Last updated: 13/06/2024
Breakfast Club This resource can use the Welsh language

This resource is regulated. (More about Regulated Services)

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This provider is registered with the Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) or equivalent.
This provider was last inspected on: 23/09/2019.

  This provider has part-time vacancies for children aged between 2 years and 4 years. Ymholwch am rhagor o wybodaeth

  This provider is registered for 40 places and is staffed for 40 places.

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What we do

A breakfast club is a provision for children to eat a healthy breakfast in a safe place before their first class or session of the morning.

  Our opening times and availability

We are available: term time only.

We are available during the following school terms:

  • Autumn term
  • Spring term
  • Summer term

We can provide wrap around care.

Monday 07:35 - 08:45
Tuesday 07:35 - 08:45
Wednesday 07:35 - 08:45
Thursday 07:35 - 08:45
Friday 07:35 - 08:45

Please ask for further details

  Our costs

  • £4.00 per Session - Clwb Brecwast 7.35-8.45am

  About our service

The language spoken in our setting is English and Welsh medium.

Provider has access to support and advice for Additional Learning Needs (ALN)
Provider has a working knowledge of the ALN Act and Person Centred Planning approaches
Staff have accessed relevant ALN/disability training in the last 2 years?
Outside space
Yard, park, undercover sandpit
Will you use real nappies for children in your care?
Is the setting pet free?
Offers Flying Start provision?
No
Offers funded Foundation Phase Nursery places (three to four year old education) No
This service is part of the Childcare Offer Scheme
This service accepts childcare vouchers
This service is registered with the Tax Free Childcare Scheme
Please ask for information
Able to provide emergency/short term care? No
Are you able to care for children whose main language is neither English nor Welsh?
No