Beaufort Community Association Childcare

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About Beaufort Community Association Childcare

Name Beaufort Community Association Childcare
Ofsted Inspections
Address Beaufort Community Centre, Beaufort Road, BOURNEMOUTH, BH6 5LB
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 manager has a secure vision and is committed to ongoing improvement. She gains the views of parents, staff and children to set targets that improve children's outcomes.

The manager and staff provide good support to children's social and emotional development. They listen to children with sensitivity and help them to recognise and understand their feelings and those of others. The strong key-person system means staff build an effective knowledge of children's care and learning needs.

Children have close attachments with staff and settle in well. Staff provide engaging and exciting learning experiences. Children are extremely keen to explore and ...try out things in the welcoming and stimulating environment.

The recently developed outdoor play area is well resourced and children thoroughly enjoy their outdoor experiences. Children develop new skills quickly in readiness for school. Children behave well.

Staff are positive role models and actively encourage children to use good manners and to be kind and considerate. It is not yet outstanding because: Systems for supporting the professional development of staff are not targeted as well as possible to raise the quality of teaching to a consistently high level. Sometimes, staff do not take every opportunity to challenge and extend children's problem-solving and thinking skills to the highest levels.

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