388 Streatham Hub Children’s Centre

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About 388 Streatham Hub Children’s Centre

Name 388 Streatham Hub Children’s Centre
Ofsted Inspections
Address Streatham United Reformed Church, 388 Streatham High Road, LONDON, SW16 6HX
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lambeth
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Self-evaluation is effective. The management team has reviewed and improved the observation, assessment and planning process.

Effective partnerships between staff and parents help to support continuity in children's learning experiences. • Staff make excellent use of incidental opportunities to help extend older children's early literacy skills. For instance, when children choose to play with pebbles, they encourage them to form letter shapes and words.

Children are challenged and motivated to learn. They are prepared well for the next stages in their learning. • Children build on their independence.

Toddlers persevere to manage tasks, s...uch as getting their coats on by themselves. They build confidence in their abilities and a positive self-esteem. For instance, they state 'I can do it by myself'.

Older children help with tasks, such as tidying up after play. They learn to sweep the floor and mop the table. • Staff stimulate babies' listening and attention well during activities, such as story time.

Children learn to repeat words, such as, 'tick tock' when staff show them a picture of a clock and help them learn what sound it makes. • Although staff plan well to support children's physical development, they have not fully considered ways to strengthen opportunities for babies to explore outside during different seasons and times of the year. • Children do not have many opportunities to explore a wider range of activities and resources that help them to build on their growing awareness of different cultures and traditions.

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