Baytree Park Private Day Nursery

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About Baytree Park Private Day Nursery

Name Baytree Park Private Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Joshua Lane, Middleton Junction, Middleton, Manchester, M24 2AZ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oldham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The provider, manager and deputy manager make an extremely effective team. Together, they have secured the confidence and dedication of all staff, giving them clear direction for their work. This enables staff to sustain good standards of learning, while constantly striving and aspiring to achieve outstanding outcomes.

• The support in place for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities is excellent. The highly-skilled special educational needs coordinator is relentless in her pursuit of removing barriers to learning. She ensures intervention plans are effective and that learning is matched to children's interests and abilities.

...>• Partnership working is strong. Links with the local community, primary school and parents are rooted in respect and trust. Parents commend the staff team on their loving nature and are kept well informed about their children's developmental progress.

• There are strong relationships and mutual respect between staff and children. Behaviour is good and children interact well with each other and are self-assured and confident. They have positive attitudes to their learning and are proud of their nursery.

• Children's physical development is very well promoted. Staff provide children with good opportunities to be physically active and challenge their large-muscle development very well. Children show good physical dexterity and gain strong upper body control.

• Observation, planning and assessment arrangements are robust. Managers leave no stone unturned when it comes to providing children with good learning opportunities. Children relish their time at nursery and make good gains towards the early learning goals.

They develop good skills for their next steps in learning and for school. • The manager has not established a highly targeted programme of professional development for staff to raise the quality of teaching to an outstanding level. • There are times when staff do not use the correct vocabulary when talking to children.

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