Adlington Community Nursery

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About Adlington Community Nursery

Name Adlington Community Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Adlington Community Centre, Railway Road, Adlington, CHORLEY, Lancashire, PR6 9RF
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff form secure and trusting bonds with children and their families from the outset.

Children, including those who are new to the nursery settle quickly and demonstrate that they feel emotionally secure in their surroundings. • Staff observe children and make regular and precise assessments of their progress. They use this information and children's individual interests well, to plan a wide range of exciting and fun activities.

This help to ensure children meet the next steps in their learning. • Staff are excellent role models. They encourage children to be kind and courteous with each other.

Children clearly demonstrate their understa...nding of expected behaviour. They share, take turns and have good manners. Staff provide constant praise for their efforts.

This gives children a real sense of achievement. • Partnerships with other professionals involved in children's learning and care are firmly established. Staff act quickly to address any concerns and implement robust procedures to meet children's individual needs and help them make the best possible progress.

• Children are encouraged to be physically active and lead a healthy lifestyle. It is not yet outstanding because: • Procedures for gathering and sharing information with parents about children's learning and development are not consistently implemented by all staff to help children to make the best possible progress. • Although, overall, supervision sessions support staff to maintain their professional development, the manager does not yet provide them with individual and incisive feedback about their teaching to raise this to the highest possible levels.