All Saints Day Nursery

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About All Saints Day Nursery

Name All Saints Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address All Saints Action Network, The Community Centre, All Saints Road, WOLVERHAMPTON, WV2 1EL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Wolverhampton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

The provision is inadequate

Leaders do not implement safeguarding procedures when allegations are made against members of staff. As a result, allegations are not investigated by the appropriate agencies in the required timescales.

Leaders have an understanding of what they want children to know and learn, which they share with staff. Staff provide an environment which is set up to incorporate all areas of learning for children. However, there are some weaknesses in teaching and planning.

Staff sometimes use language that is too complex for children to understand, and the activities on offer do not sufficiently interest all children or motiv...ate them to engage in purposeful play and learning. This results in low levels of engagement and children displaying unwanted behaviour, particularly during times of free play. That said, children show confidence as they explore the environment and enjoy playing with their friends.

Staff are caring and build good relationships with children. They are compassionate and recognise when children need support from them. They provide children with comfort when they need it and express pleasure as they praise children for joining in with adult-led activities.

What does the early years setting do well and what does it need to do better?

Safeguarding procedures have not been appropriately implemented. Leaders have not notified the relevant agencies about an allegation being made against a member of staff.The curriculum does not provide all children with enough challenge.

Children are keen to explore the environment. However, the planned activities on offer do not interest or motivate children to become fully absorbed in their learning. Children quickly lose interest and move from one activity to another.

This means that children do not make as much progress as they could.Children generally behave well. They follow some instructions from staff and learn to use manners during snack time.

However, staff do not always respond to children's behaviour consistently. This means that children do not fully understand what is expected of them.Staff have opportunities to develop their own knowledge and skills.

Leaders ensure that all mandatory training is completed and identify training courses which staff can access. However, professional development is not focused enough on addressing weaknesses in planning and teaching. For example, staff do not fully understand how to adapt their teaching to suitably meet the developmental stage of children.

As a result, children are not always provided with high-quality learning experiences.Children have opportunities to develop their fine motor skills. Staff support them to use pencils and practise writing letters.

They model how to hold pencils and give guidance on how to form letters by making marks on paper. They praise children for their efforts. Children notice that the marks they make resemble the letters in their name.

This helps to prepare children for their eventual move to school.Children with potential special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are identified quickly. Staff identify gaps in children's development and make swift referrals to gain further support for them.

They work closely with parents and other professionals to create learning plans for children. The nursery's special educational needs coordinator (SENCo) helps staff to implement strategies which support children's individual needs.Leaders are committed to building good partnerships with parents.

They invite parents in for different celebrations and activities. They consult with parents to find out how to improve the provision on offer. As a result, a new entrance and playground have been installed for parents and children to use.

Parents are happy with the care their children receive and comment about the friendly staff and the progress their children make. They are kept up to date with information about their children's development and feel listened to as parents. This helps to provide consistency for children.


The arrangements for safeguarding are not effective.There is not an open and positive culture around safeguarding that puts children's interests first.

What does the setting need to do to improve?

To meet the requirements of the early years foundation stage and Childcare Register the provider must: Due date implement safeguarding procedures effectively in respect of allegations against members of staff 01/03/2024 To further improve the quality of the early years provision, the provider should: provide staff with professional development opportunities that help them to plan a range of interesting and enjoyable activities so children benefit from high-quality learning experiences nimprove the implementation of behaviour management strategies so that staff apply these consistently across the nursery.

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