Beanstalks @ Coppice

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About Beanstalks @ Coppice


Name Beanstalks @ Coppice
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Coppice Avenue Library, Coppice Avenue, SALE, Cheshire, M33 4ND
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Trafford
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding The inspirational management team have a compelling vision for an inclusive, nurturing setting with high standards and high aspirations. Staff, parents and children share this vision and, as a result, a culture of support and caring for individual children to promote their learning to the highest level permeates throughout this first-class setting.

Beanstalk's core values of individuality, love and difference are what make this setting so special. Staff go above and beyond to teach children about respect, tolerance and acceptance. Highly innovative first-hand experiences of cultural celebrations and articulate discussions about the make-up of differe...nt families prepare children exceptionally well for life beyond their own community.

Teaching is consistently active, engaging and inspirational. Staff use expert teaching strategies to motivate, challenge and ignite children's learning to the highest level. Children excel in all areas of learning and are exceedingly well prepared for their eventual move on to school.

Children's personal, physical and emotional well-being are given the utmost of priority. Staff nurture children to be kind, caring and highly self-motivated and confident individuals. Children behave remarkably well, develop secure friendships and are unfailingly polite and courteous.

Partnership working is exemplary. The manager has built strong links with the local community and dedicates her own time to deliver song and rhyme sessions to families and young children at the local library. Parents receive innovative ways of being kept informed of their children's developmental progress and attend regular parent meetings.