Pamphill Breakfast Club

Coronavirus status: closed

Breakfast Club is available for school children and pre-school children aged from the age of 2 years and above, from 8am. Toast or cereals are offered to the children if they haven't had breakfast before they arrive. School children are taken to the First School.


01202 883008


Venue address
Pamphill First School
BH21 4EE
East Dorset


Opening times
Mon: 08:00-08:50
Wed: 08:00-08:50
Thu: 08:00-08:50

Service Details

Vacancy information

Please contact setting for vacancies.

School pickup
Pamphill VC CE First School : AM
£5.00 per Session
Additional Information

We operate an open-door policy and encourage all parents to talk to us about any concerns. We will endeavour to do our very best to support you as a family and your child, we really hope to build a firm partnership with you and your child. Parents can use their early education funding entitlement between 8.50am to 2.50pm.

Age Range
2 years 0 months to 9 years 11 months

Ofsted Registered Details

Ofsted inspection result
Date of last inspectionInspection resultOfsted report
25/02/2016 Outstanding View here
Ofsted Report notes
If a childcare provision is run by a school they may not be separately registered with Ofsted, therefore the link to their report will be for the school.
Registration details
Registration numberOfsted registration date

Early Education

Free early education places
15 Hours For 2 year olds
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15 Hours For 3 & 4 year olds
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30 Hours For 3 & 4 year olds
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Wheelchair accessible
Outside ramp.
Parking availability information
On site parking.
Toilet facility information
Ground floor toilet which is wheelchair accessible and has facilities for intimate care for older children with additional needs.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Local Offer

Support for children and young people with SEN and disabilities

All children are individuals and will develop at different rates. Each child is allocated a Key Person who is responsible for their learning and development. The Key Person will work closely with the child and family to ensure their needs are met and to build a good relationship. They will collate a learning journal on line that has written observations and photographs of the child’s achievements. Parents have access to this and we encourage them to be involved with their child’s learning journal. If a child needs support with their learning and strategies we have tried have not worked we may seek advice from outside agencies, such as portage and SALT and other relevant health professionals This would only be done with parental consent. SEND Provision - We have an accessible building via a ramp and the room can be adapted to allow for each individual’s needs. We fully support children with EHC plans and we can provide 1:1 support within the nursery if necessary. We have a range of aids to help support children with communication difficulties within the setting. We have staff trained in PEIC-D, Signalong, SMART targets, CAF and Supporting Behaviour. A Special Educational Needs and Disability coordinator works within the setting, Debbie Gould. She will work with the child’s Key Person, Parents and Professionals to make sure all the child’s needs are met. She will fill out all relevant paperwork discussing with the parents what the next steps will be and how we will work together to achieve the best possible outcomes for the child and send supporting reports to the relevant professionals. She will also claim any additional funding available to buy resources and additional training for staff.

See our SEND information
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Address: Pamphill First School  Pamphill  Wimborne  Dorset

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