Barbara Rose Pre-school

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About Barbara Rose Pre-school

Name Barbara Rose Pre-school
Ofsted Inspections
Address St Paul’s Church Hall, Landford Way, BOURNEMOUTH, Dorset, BH8 0NY
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bournemouth,ChristchurchandPoole
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The management team and staff work well together to evaluate their practice.

This has helped them make positive improvements. For example, they have introduced new planning systems to help them provide more focussed activities to support children's learning. In addition, staff have changed the arrangements for mealtimes to help children feel more settled and promote their socialisation skills effectively.

• Parents say staff are caring and friendly and involve them in their children's learning. For instance, staff provide regular communications about the activities offered. • Staff actively help children to show kindness to others and promote emotional well-being.

For example, children happily sing their hello song together and then give their friends and staff a hug. • Staff provide a good range of activities that children enjoy. Staff interact positively with children in their play and support them well to make good progress.

• Although the management team and staff monitor children's progress, they do not always do this as precisely as possible in order to ensure they track all children's achievements more consistently across each area of learning. • At times, staff do not organise group activities, such as circle or assembly times, to engage all children's participation and support their interests consistently well. • Staff do not always promote all aspects of learning as well as possible in the garden areas in order to support those children who learn best outdoors more effectively.

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