Alphabets Preschool

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About Alphabets Preschool

Name Alphabets Preschool
Ofsted Inspections
Address Scout Headquarters, Recreation Ground, Botley, Southampton, Hampshire, SO30 2ES
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff establish secure and trusting relationships with children.

This helps children to have a good sense of belonging and develop positive well-being and self-esteem. Staff use various ways to involve parents effectively in their children's learning. Parents value the good-quality care their children receive.

Children take part in a wide range of activities. They make independent choices from a good range of resources and play materials, indoors and outdoors. Staff effectively support children's communication and language development.

For instance, children begin to identify initial letters and sounds in preparation for their future and school. The management team monitors individual children and groups of children's learning meticulously. As a result, staff identify any gaps in learning for groups of children and take prompt and effective action to address these.

Children have good opportunities to challenge their physical skills. For example, they explore interesting ways to move, such as balancing and walking on stilts. Staff are good role models.

They teach children to use good manners and show respect. Children understand the expectations staff have of them and they behave very well. It is not yet outstanding because: At times, staff do not make the best of opportunities to share and gather information from other early years settings that children attend to promote continuity of learning.

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