Blunsdon Pre-School Ltd

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About Blunsdon Pre-School Ltd

Name Blunsdon Pre-School Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address Blunsdon Village Hall, Swindon, SN26 7AR
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Swindon
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Leaders have developed effective systems to support staff.

For example, staff have regular supervision and team meetings. Leaders closely observe and monitor staff's teaching practice, making sure they support children's individual needs well. • Leaders and staff establish effective partnerships with parents.

They involve parents in their children's learning. Staff use various strategies to keep parents informed about their child's progress and share ideas about extending learning at home. • Children behave well and staff are good role models.

For example, they help children understand how to take turns, share and be kind to others throug...h having clear expectations and boundaries. Children share their understanding that following the 'golden rules' helps keep their friends safe and happy. • Leaders establish strong relationships with teachers from the linked school, providing consistent support for children as they prepare to move on to school.

They work closely with other professionals involved in children's care, learning and welfare to ensure all children make good progress. It is not yet outstanding because: • At times, staff do not always consider the effect of continuous background noise, such a loud music on children's emerging listening and communication skills. • Staff do not consistently organise some activities or changes between activities effectively to maintain children's learning.

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