Apple Tree Day Nursery

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About Apple Tree Day Nursery

Name Apple Tree Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 62 Main Street, Sprotbrough, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN5 7RJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Doncaster
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children make good progress in their learning during their time in the nursery. Overall, they acquire the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to succeed in their future education.

Older children are well prepared for starting school. • Relationships with parents are extremely positive. A very high percentage of parents gave written evidence or spoke to the inspector.

They typically comment on the warm and welcoming environment, children's good progress and the sense of fun staff generate. Staff's regular and detailed communications to parents contribute to the children's good achievement. • The manager is ambitious for all children to l...earn in a stimulating environment and achieve well.

She has high expectations and considers the views of parents and staff to guide the nursery's further development. She is strongly supported by the staff team and the nursery's owner. • Staff plan stimulating and imaginative activities to engage children's interests and promote curiosity.

For example, they help children develop their understanding of shape and measure when they fill different sizes and shapes of container with sand, in their beach role-play activity. • Staff help children to develop good personal and social skills. Children learn to cooperate and play and learn together.

They are well behaved and learn to follow increasingly complex instructions. • The procedures to evaluate all aspects of the quality of provision are not consistent and systematic enough to drive improvements to the very highest levels. • The range of books and other reading material is not always easily accessible and consequently too few children make regular use of them.

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