Ancells Farm Community Pre-school

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About Ancells Farm Community Pre-school

Name Ancells Farm Community Pre-school
Ofsted Inspections
Address Community Centre, Ancells Farm, 1 Falkners Close, FLEET, Hampshire, GU51 2XF
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff make effective use of what they know about individual children and plan for what they need to learn next. This helps to give children suitable challenge and supports the good progress they make. • Staff establish strong links with relevant agencies to help ensure good continuity and progression in children's learning.

• Staff are kind and caring with children. The effective key-person system enables strong emotional bonds between adults and children. This enables children to feel safe, confident and secure.

• Partnerships with parents are strong. For instance, settling-in procedures are effective, and parents talk to their children's key per...son regularly about their child's progress. They are supported well and contribute to their children's learning.

Parents speak very highly of the pre-school and comment that the staff are professional and approachable. It is not yet outstanding because: • Occasionally, staff do not use effective questioning to help children think of their own solutions and ideas. • The organisation of some group activities does not fully meet children's individual needs, in particular regard to morning snack time.

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