Please click on the Ofsted logo on the top right of this page to read the complete report, or for a very brief summary, we have included a few paragraphs from the main sections below.
The overall effectiveness of the early years provision: The setting has a positive attitude to self evaluation and thorough procedures to support the ongoing review of their work. This enables them to devise clear action plans and implement improvements, thereby, providing a service which is responsive to children's needs. Staff have a thorough knowledge of each child's needs because they work well with parents. They can, therefore, ensure that these are consistently met and they are offered appropriate support to participate meaningfully in activities and play opportunities. Staff's positive interaction with children and their confident approach to enabling them to develop their own play are key strengths. This means that children are actively involved in their learning and develop positive attitudes and skills for the future...... click on the Ofsted logo to read the full report.
The effectiveness of leadership and management of the early years provision: The manager has a clear and ambitious vision for the future, fully involving staff and parents in reviewing the setting's practice. The positive attitude to feedback and ability to prioritise improvements means that changes are introduced sensitively and their impact is monitored. Staff work well as a team, with clearly defined roles and responsibilities, this creates a positive environment, where both staff and children are happy...... click on the Ofsted logo to read the full report.