Blaby Pre-School

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About Blaby Pre-School

Name Blaby Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Parish Church Rooms, Church Street, Blaby, LEICESTER, LE8 4FA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Leicestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager and staff are enthusiastic and caring. They provide children with a learning environment that is well resourced and significantly contributes to the good progress that children make. • The manager and staff work well together.

They take account of the views of parents and children to constantly develop the quality of the practice of the pre-school. • Staff keep parents very well informed of the activities that their children enjoy and the progress that they make. This helps parents to feel involved in their children's learning and supports the strong partnership that has been established between parents and staff.

• Staff support chil...dren to develop good behaviour. They encourage children to show respect and tolerance to one another and to have good manners. • The manager has implemented a procedure for the supervision of staff.

However, this is not yet sufficiently robust to identify and build further on the teaching skills of staff to raise the quality of practice to the highest level. • Staff carry out regular observations of children as they play. This helps them to make accurate assessments of children's current developmental stage and to consider how to further support children's future learning.

That said, staff do not consistently ensure that children's next steps in learning are suitably precise and unique to individual children. • Staff provide regular outings for children to be physically active and explore the local environment. Nevertheless, opportunities for children who prefer to learn outside are currently somewhat limited.

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