Bluebell Playgroup And After School Club

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About Bluebell Playgroup And After School Club

Name Bluebell Playgroup And After School Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Bluebell Childcare, Southcott Lower School, Bideford Green, Linslade, Bedfordshire, LU7 2UA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CentralBedfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff are confident and use good teaching techniques. They accurately assess children's progress and understand their interests and needs.

Children participate in interesting activities that support them in developing their knowledge and skills. Staff support parents well in extending their children's learning. For example, they lend packs of resources that support simple activities to try at home.

Managers and staff complete further training and use their qualifications well, putting any new knowledge into practice. Children now make further independent choices about their play and staff intervene appropriately to help extend this. Children mirror... the positive attitudes displayed by staff.

They show respect for one another and a mature approach to organising their play and solving any disputes. This supports them to interact positively in school and in wider society. The manager monitors children's progress well and quickly addresses any weaker areas.

Staff now offer children more opportunities to see written numbers and develop their use of these, such as using tape measures to measure the size of building blocks. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff do not consistently offer children opportunities that help them develop their skills in making marks and writing. Staff do not consistently work as effectively as possible with other childcare settings that children attend to ensure that children's development is always fully promoted.

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