Badgers Pre-School

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About Badgers Pre-School

Name Badgers Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Holbrook Primary School, Wych Lane, GOSPORT, Hampshire, PO13 0JN
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Children are extremely well behaved.

They have excellent self-esteem and show very high levels of emotional security. Children are constantly kind and caring. They show great tolerance of each other's differences.

Staff know the children very well and meet their care needs superbly. All children, including those who require extra support and those in receipt of additional funding, make good progress. Staff support their learning effectively and provide stimulating activities, indoors and outdoors, that capture their interests.

Children are very eager to learn and join in. They enthusiastically take responsibility for their care needs. For ...example, at snack times, children carefully slice their own fruit.

Staff build highly-effective partnerships with parents and other early years professionals. They successfully work together to meet children's needs. The manager is ambitious and uses her experience effectively to help staff reflect on their teaching and work towards ongoing improvement.

The management committee supports the manager well to make effective improvements. It is not yet outstanding because: Managers are at an early stage of implementing a system to track the progress of different groups of children to identify and address any gaps which may arise. Staff do not make the most of all opportunities to extend children's mathematical learning, especially in number.