100 Acrewood Preschool

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About 100 Acrewood Preschool


Name 100 Acrewood Preschool
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Community Centre, Tylehurst Drive, Redhill, RH1 6EL
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The provider/manager is totally committed in her approach towards providing the highest quality early years provision, a vision she shares equally with the dedicated staff team.

Therefore, children benefit from a good introduction to their education and are developing skills in readiness for school. • Staff provide a good variety of interesting activities and experiences that children are eager to explore. Children are enthusiastic, keen to take part in the day's events, and are motivated to learn.

They make good progress in their development given their starting points. • Parents speak highly of the pre-school and say they are extremely happy wit...h their children's progress and feel staff really take their time getting to know their children. Parents feel very well informed about their children's learning and welcome ideas on how to support children's learning at home.

• The manager and staff develop strong partnerships with other professionals, agencies and local schools. These result in effective and well-coordinated strategies that promote and support children's good progress. • Children play cooperatively and behave well.

They learn to respect each other and take part in establishing rules so they learn what is expected of them. It is not yet outstanding because: • Systems for tracking groups of children's progress is not fully effective to consistently raise outcomes for children to the highest level. • Staff do not make the most of opportunities to support younger children fully in developing their independence and self-help skills.