Ofsted

Ofsted report 13 July 2015

The overall effectiveness of the early years provision

 

"Overall the quality of the provision is Good".

Comments from Ofsted

 

…Robust recruitment procedures enable the managment team to check that all staff are suitable to work with children.…

...Children with additional or specific needs are well supported. Staff work very closely with outside agencies and other professionals to ensure children receive the intervention and support they need to make good progress...

…Children have good relationships with each other and learn to share and take turns...

…Children enjoy participating in group time. Careful consideration to the grouping of children means that the content is well matched to their individual abilities. As a result, all children remain fully engaged and are able to contribute....

…The environment is welcoming and appealing and children show that they feel safe and confident in the pre-school.

…There is strong support for children who speak English as an additional language. Staff make good use of information from parents, and use resources, to value and reflect their home langauge and support their spoken English...

…The manager has a good understanding of her responsibility to meet the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage. Through self-evaluation of the provision identifies how the pre-school can improve further. For example, staff plan to extend and expand the range of resources for two-year-old children, particularly in the outside area. 

...The keyperson system works very well to ensure children form strong atachments with staff, who build solid relationships with parents...

...Staff closely observe children's skills and what they enjoy. They purposefully plan activities to promote children's ongoing next steps in development. Teaching is good and children make good progress in relation to their starting points...

…Staff liaise well with other early years providers how share children's care and education...

...Parents are valued as equal partners, sharing the care and achievements of their children...

...Children are very well supported in their learning and developemnt as they prepare to move on to the next stage in learning. Staff communicate well with parents and teachers to identify and plan appropriate activites to help children settle...

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