ABC childminding by Heather Rogers

My name is Heather and I am an Ofsted registered childminder.I am located on Montague Park estate so very handy for anyone travelling to Bracknell, Reading or heading towards the M4.

We love being outdoors, we have fully enclosed garden with a play house and sand pit amongst other toys. We also have a playground opposite the house which we use regularly, there are some lovely country walks around my home, which we like to go on. We have an allotment and grow vegetables and fruits, the children are involved with the planting and growing and also enjoy preparing some yummy meals from the produce.

Arts & crafts, puzzles, cooking, singing and messy play are just a few things on offer here. We also visit parks, farms and have play dates with other childminders.

As a registered childminder I will meet all the requirements set out in the Department for Education’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework. I will provide your child with a safe, fun and caring environment for them to flourish in. The EYFS sets the standards that all early years providers must meet to ensure that children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe. It promotes teaching and learning to ensure children’s have the knowledge and skills they need to start school and provides the right foundation for good future progress throughout school and life.

I will ensure your child is provided with activities that supports the key learning areas, which are;  personal, social and emotional development, physical development, communication and language, literacy, mathematics, understanding of the world and expressive arts and design.

Finally and most importantly I would like your child to be happy in my care and will do everything possible to make sure they are settled and feel at home.

Thank you for taking the time to read my profile 

Vacancy information

Vacancy range(s)
0 1 1
1 5 2
5 8 1

Contact information

Contact Name
Heather Rogers
077 3060 3919 077 3060 3919


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When is it On/Open ?

Date & Time Information

Monday to Thursday from 7am to 6pm 

Costs and Fee Information

Accepts childcare vouchers
Contact provider for costs
Registered to offer
3 & 4 year old funding, 30 Hours, 2 year old funding
Intending to provide 30 hours
Registered to provide 30 hours

Complaints Procedure

Contact Name
Heather Rogers


Inspection history
Inspection History
Inspection DateInspection typeInspection Outcome
09/06/2021Inspection (Early Years Register)Good
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Local Offer

Local Offer - Support available for children and young people with additional needs

Contact Name
Heather Rogers
Local Offer Description

Local Offer last reviewed 12/09/2018

1. How does the childminder identify children with additional needs or SEND ?
  • Through information gained from the parent/ carer. Could be verbal or from a registration form.
  • Through observations of the child. Links to child development documents such Development Matters or Early Years Outcomes.
  • Further use of assessment tools such as speech and language trackers and developmental journals.
2. How will I be informed / included about the ways in which my child is being supported ?

Information about a child’s progress is shared with parents/ carers on a regular basis.
Parents/ carers can see their child’s learning journey at any time and are encouraged to contribute to their child’s learning through sharing activities and experiences from home.
Where appropriate, an Individual Education Plan will be drawn up in consultation with the parents and this will be reviewed together at regular intervals.

3. How will the childminder adapt the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum for my child?s needs ?

The curriculum is planned to meet every child’s individual needs, through resources being freely accessible to children with time given to ensure children can participate at their own level and at their own pace.

Knowledge of each child ensures that resources and activities support individual learning styles and interests.

All children are able to access the garden to give opportunities to experience the world outdoors, including physical and sensory activities.

All children are taken on outings and trips to offer a wide range of experiences.

4. What additional support does the childminder provide for children with additional needs or SEND ?
  • Support from the Local Authority, including advice and guidance from the Inclusion Advisor and training related to supporting children with additional needs or SEND
  • Opportunities to attend the Speech and Language drop-in
  • Access support from the local children’s centre
  • Specialised resources available from the toy library
5. How will the childminder monitor my child's progress and how will I be involved in this ?

Regular observations are carried as part of everyday practice and these are shared with parents/ carers

Children with additional needs will have an IEP which will be monitored every 8-10 weeks to ensure that appropriate strategies and support are in place to meet the child’s needs.

6. How does the childminder ensure children with additional needs or SEND can be included in the same activities as other children, including trips ?

Day trips are organised in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made with the venue if necessary. 

Other outings such as trips to the park, soft play centres etc will take place on a regular basis.

7. How accessible is the childminder?s home for children with mobility difficulties / wheelchair users ?
  • The house has a side entrance which is accessible for children with mobility difficulties or wheelchair users, as it has only a small step.
  • The same entrance can be used to access the garden
  • The house has a downstairs bathroom
8. How will the childminder contribute to my child?s transition to a new setting or school ?
  • Visits to the new setting or school can be arranged prior to starting
  • Information regarding developmental progress and successful support strategies will be shared with the new school/ setting. A transition report can be passed to the new setting in line with information sharing protocols. 
  • A photograph book can be made to share with the child, with pictures of their new school/ setting, teacher etc. to use at home and with the childminder.
9. How does the childminder assess the overall effectiveness of its SEN provision and how can parents / carers take part in this evaluation ?
  • A questionnaire is given to parents to complete on an annual basis and this will capture how the childminder meets the needs of individual children.
  • An annual audit to assess SEN provision/ accessibility.
10. What should I do if I am considering registering for a place with this childminder ?

Ring initially to establish if and when a place is available. Make an appointment to visit with your child.

11. What arrangements does the childminder have for feedback from parents / carers, including compliments and complaints ?

A complaints procedure which will encourage you to discuss any concerns with the child minder initially but with opportunity to complain to Ofsted if the situation cannot be resolved.

  • A complaints log
  • A compliments book
  • A questionnaire given to parents on an annual basis


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