Bailey’s Butterflies

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About Bailey’s Butterflies

Name Bailey’s Butterflies
Ofsted Inspections
Address Cypress Gardens, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, NE12 6SL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthTyneside
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • Staff share the management team's vision and are passionate about providing children and their families with outstanding early years experiences.

The inspirational and dynamic management team has very high expectations of staff and children. • Children enjoy secure attachments with staff. Their individual care needs are very well met.

They skilfully observe children to monitor activities and extend on the superb learning taking place indoors and outdoors. • Parents are extremely complimentary about the nursery, the staff and the exemplary partnership that staff have with the school. For example, pre-school children visit the school nursery... and do activities together and take part in physical education in the school.

Parents feel that this helps children to be extremely well prepared for when they move on to school. • Staff establish very positive partnerships with parents and keep them extremely well informed in their children's learning. For example, they routinely share children's learning experiences.

In particular, they have joining-in sessions where parents can spend time in their child's room and join in with activities that children are involved in. • The management team and staff monitor and track the progress of individual children and different groups extremely well. This enables them to identify any gaps rapidly and provide exceptionally good support for children to catch up quickly and continue to make rapid progress in their learning and development.

• Children display high levels of positive behaviour as they form warm and caring attachments with staff and with their peers. Staff are excellent role models to children. Children receive plenty of praise for their efforts and they learn how to share and take account of each other.

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