Appledore Private Day Nursery Ltd

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About Appledore Private Day Nursery Ltd

Name Appledore Private Day Nursery Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address 11 Rock Street, Egerton House, Oldham, Lancshire, OL1 3US
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oldham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The well-qualified manager and staff team have worked extremely hard to improve the quality of the nursery since the previous inspection. They have addressed the recommendations raised and enhanced many other aspects of practice.

• The experienced and dedicated manager is highly committed to improving children's outcomes. Training and continuous professional development opportunities for staff are sharply focused on helping to raise the quality of teaching throughout the nursery. • Staff plan exceptionally well for all children and assess their progress thoroughly, which helps them to plan highly challenging and extremely stimulating activities..../>
Children are highly motivated and extremely confident learners. They make rapid progress in relation to their starting points. • Children flourish in this outstanding nursery.

They are extremely happy and well settled. The key-person system is exceptionally effective and well established. Children make remarkably close relationships with staff and demonstrate high levels of emotional security.

Babies develop strong bonds with their key person. Children's wellbeing is superbly supported by extremely sensitive, caring and nurturing staff. • Partnerships with parents are superb.

Parents are provided with a wealth of information about children's learning and development and the progress they make. They are exceptionally well supported to help support children's learning at home. This helps to promote high levels of consistency and continuity of care and education for all children.

• The manager makes excellent use of additional funding to maximise learning outcomes for children. Staff work highly effectively with external professionals to ensure that they quickly identify and meet children's needs. Exceptionally well-targeted and intensive support for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) helps them to make very substantial progress in their learning.

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