Akeley Wood Nursery

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About Akeley Wood Nursery

Name Akeley Wood Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Akeley Wood Junior School, Wicken Park Road, Wicken, Milton Keynes, MK19 6DA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestNorthamptonshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff carry out daily checks of the environment to ensure it safe and suitable, and children are supervised well. Mandatory training, such as safeguarding and first aid, is undertaken by all staff, which contributes to children's safety.

• The well-qualified and dedicated staff have a secure understanding of the areas of learning and development. Staff make regular observations and assessments of children's progress. They use this information to plan activities that promote individual children's next steps in learning.

• Staff work closely with parents to plan an individual settling-in period for each child. They provide consistent personal care ...and flexible routines for babies and younger children. This ensures all children are well supported to feel safe and secure in the nursery.

• Children arrive at the nursery eager to engage in play and learning. Staff welcome each child individually. There are warm bonds between babies and very young children and the staff who look after them.

Children enjoy cuddles from staff when they are feeling tired or need reassurance. • The manager monitors individuals and groups of children to make sure they are all progressing well over time. All children make good progress from their individual starting points.

This includes children who speak English as an additional language and those who require additional support. • The monitoring of staff practice is not rigorous enough to identify clearly how individual staff can raise the quality of their practice and teaching to the highest level. • Staff do not make the best use of their good partnerships with parents to encourage them to share what they know about their child's learning and development at home.

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