Ashcombe Children’s Centre Nursery

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About Ashcombe Children’s Centre Nursery

Name Ashcombe Children’s Centre Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Ashcombe Children’s Centre, Stepping Stone Walk, Weston-Super-Mare, Avon, BS23 3NA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthSomerset
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • Managers include everyone in reflecting on the setting and use feedback extremely well to make improvements.

Recent changes outdoors include adding materials and resources for children to be creative, make dens and extend learning. Children are highly motivated to explore and engage thoroughly in different activities. • Key persons build strong partnerships with parents.

They visit children in their own homes and make sure they have favourite toys in the setting for when children come in. Children settle rapidly and are ready to learn from the outset. • Staff make highly accurate assessments of children's development.

Exceptional ...monitoring of children's achievements rapidly identifies when children need extra help. Any gaps in learning or development close quickly. All children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities or those who are learning English as an additional language, make outstanding progress from their starting points.

• Managers expect high-quality teaching from their staff. They inspire them to continue their professional development, providing plenty of chances to enhance staff's already excellent teaching skills. Recent training on managing behaviour has resulted in highly consistent strategies across the setting to support children in managing their emotions.

Children's behaviour is exceptional. • Staff support children to acquire excellent language and communication skills. For example, they use signs, words in English and home languages and pictures to make sure all children can follow the routine and express their needs effectively.

• Staff take advantage of the shared facilities to work in close partnership with other professionals and school. Staff act on advice and guidance superbly to make sure outcomes for children are highly successful. Children benefit from mixing with others, including Reception teachers and children, and they move on to school as extremely confident learners.

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