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Jack In The Box

Jack In The Box Day nursery in Slough opened in 1992 and registered at these new premises in 2004. It operates from a single storey building within the grounds of Upton Hospital in Slough.

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Children are cared for in four different rooms which are used according to the needs and development stage of children.

The nursery is open Monday to Friday for 51 weeks of the year between 7.30am and 6.00pm. Days are 10 hours long with a start time of 7.30am, 7.45am or 8.00am. There is a minimum attendance of 2 days per week.

There are secure areas for outdoor play. The setting supports children with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and those who have English as an additional language.

We are managed and trained by the NHS and all our staff are NHS employees. However, as with all of our nurseries, you do not need to work for the NHS for your child or children to be able to obtain a place and attend.

Our nursery in Slough has space allocation to cater for 81 children aged from three months to five years at any one time. Our nurseries can only accommodate children up until 31st August after their 4th birthday.  Children are eligible for a school place in a reception class with effect from the September following their 4th birthday.

If you would like to enquire regarding the current availability of a place for your child please call the nursery on the telephone number below.

To apply for a place please complete an application form.

Address: Jack In The Box Nursery
Upton Hospital
Albert Street
Slough
Berkshire
SL1 2BJ

Opening times: 7.30am - 6.00pm

Nursery manager: Lee Owen-Macleod

Tel: 01753 635480

Email: lee.owen@berkshire.nhs.uk / jackintheboxnursery@berkshire.nhs.uk

Provider details: operated by Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Registered by: OFSTED

Registration number: EY460528

When you use our nursery, we’ll ask for and record yours and your child’s personal information. We may share your information with other organisations, such as school when they are transitioning into the care and education system, only information that is required and appropriate to support your child will be provided. To find out more about how we use your information please see our Nursery Privacy Notice.

Open days: Parents are welcome to look around Jack In The Box nursery in Slough at either 10.15am or 2.15pm, by appointment. Family events such as coffee mornings, fetes and a graduation ceremony take place throughout the year.

Settling in sessions: Each child will access a variety of settling in sessions. This will allow the child to experience all aspects of nursery life and to become familiar with the environment, other children and the practitioners.

Testimonials

Hi All,

I want to take this opportunity to THANK Jack In The Box for my daughter P's improvement in communication and social skills in the last year.

Thank you to all the teachers who helped P.

I especially want to mention Maddy, Amnna, Rachel and Shahida.

All the staff in the Pre-School room did excellent work with P - Carly, Sepidah, Emma along with Rachel and Shahida . She is fond of all of them.

Maddy- she helped P to adjust in the Piglet room when P was struggling ....she started liking going to nursery. Maddy did an excellent job in calming P during crisis.

Amnna - helped P to adjust in the Pre-School room seamlessly. The first name that P said was Amnna ....P started drinking milk in school and started to stay for a longer period. P loved Amnna and when asked about her friend it's always Amnna. Amnna taught her how to behave with friends and not get angry.

Rachel - helped P in forming sentences, eating yoghurt, staying in nursery from 9am. She also attended sessions with me for Speech and Language. Taught her good habits of putting rubbish in the bin, saying please, excuse me etc. There was a huge improvement in her communication.

Shahida was her secondary key person and came up with the idea of the communication book so that P can talk about what happened in nursery, at home.

Lee, Richard and Joanna - thank you for addressing my concerns and talking to me, so that I am comfortable.

I am very happy with the overall support of Jack In The Box and will always be grateful for you helping P.

J. G

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