“Staff provide a range of outings to support children’s ever changing interests. For example, children visit the local library where they can choose their own books. Additionally children visit the local temple and other places of worship, where they look around the buildings and talk about their own festivals and those of other families. Staff and children develop strong emotional attachments. The Staff are positive role models for the children”.
“Staff support children’s healthy lifestyles well. For example, children have opportunities to run around in the garden area every day, taking in the fresh air. Additionally, children thoroughly enjoy dancing to music, get excited and have fun as they become out of breath. Staff talk to children about being healthy. In the outdoor areas, children access a range of large and small equipment that supports their growing physical development and supports their risk-taking”.
“The well-qualified staff use their knowledge to good effect, which has a positive impact on children’s learning and development over time. Children are regulary observed and any gaps in children’s learning and development are identified and closed. This is because the staff work closely with the parents, and seek support and guidance from other professionals where needed. There are strong partnerships with the parents,other providers and professionals and the local schools. Consequently, children are well prepared for their move to school”.
The quality and standards of the Early Years Provision: Good.
(Extracted from OFSTED Report 2015)
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