Auden Place Community Nursery

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About Auden Place Community Nursery

Name Auden Place Community Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Auden Place Nursery, 1 Auden Place, London, NW1 8NA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Camden
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding Leaders demonstrate an outstanding drive to continuously improve the quality of the provision. They actively seek feedback from others and meticulously monitor how well individual and groups of children are achieving. Actions taken to enhance the nursery actively contribute to children's excellent outcomes.

Children are highly motivated learners and enjoy solving problems for themselves. For example, babies investigate how to store and stack cups of varying sizes. Older children set themselves challenges, such as ensuring that there are enough places set at the lunch table.

Staff work exceptionally well with parents. They are particularly ef...fective at helping them extend their children's learning at home. For example, they organise 'stay and play' sessions, and email parents with updates on their children's progress.

Parents express how the excellent support they receive strengthens their understanding of how children learn extremely well. Children thrive in the highly nurturing environment provided by staff. They support children's physical and emotional needs extremely well throughout their time at nursery.

This begins with excellent procedures to help them settle in when they first join. Children develop exceptionally strong attachments with their key persons, which helps them feel extremely confident and secure. Highly effective partnership working between parents, staff and other professionals helps to secure the best possible outcomes for all children.