Barnetby Under Fives

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About Barnetby Under Fives

Name Barnetby Under Fives
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Village Hall, Silver Street, Barnetby le Wold, Barnetby, South Humberside, DN38 6HS
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthLincolnshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff focus strongly on promoting children's emotional well-being. They understand and cater well for each child's unique emotional needs.

As a result, children settle quickly and form relationships with all staff that comfort and reassure them. • All children make good progress in relation to their starting points, including those in receipt of funded early education. They are energetic, excited and interested learners.

• Staff provide a wide range of good-quality resources and gently encourage all children to participate in planned activities. Children take pride in working together as a team and take turns to share toys and other resources. • ...The management team and staff work closely together.

They fully promote teamwork and appreciate each other's unique talents and skills. Staff have opportunities for regular supervision meetings and appraisals to discuss specific aspects of their practice. • Members of the management team carefully evaluate their practice and develop plans to address any areas identified for improvement.

They have highlighted that staff's continued professional development is not targeted as sharply as possible to help raise the overall quality of teaching to an exemplary level. • On occasions, staff do not make the most of opportunities to extend children's early writing skills. As a result, they do not always fully support children to make the best possible progress in this area of learning.

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