|Name||Bradley Green Nursery|
|Ofsted Inspection Rating||Good|
|Address||Old School House, Spon Lane, Atherstone, CV9 3DN|
|Type||Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care|
|Catchment Area Indicator Available||No|
|Last Distance Offered Available||No|
Highlights from Latest Full Inspection (10 January 2019)
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Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is good • Managers and staff have made good progress since the last inspection. All actions raised have been addressed well. Effective systems for supervision of staff and monitoring of performance are in place. This enables staff to clearly identify their own professional development needs to help build and strengthen their knowledge and skills in all aspects of their work. • Staff use clear and concise information gathered from parents at the start of their child’s placement, to successfully meet children’s learning and development and care needs. Staff plan effectively for each child and provide challenging and exciting activities that support children to make best progress. • Children are highly motivated, inquisitive and enjoy exploring the environment both inside and outdoors. Older children confidently share their ideas and take time to solve problems that arise during play. Younger children explore and try new things, such as exploring instruments and the sounds they make. • Parents are very happy with the service they and their children receive. Partnerships are good. Parents share their child’s learning with staff and regular communication ensures all parties are fully aware of the progress children make. • Self-evaluation successfully identifies the nursery’s strengths and areas for improvement. Staff actively seek the views of parents and children. They use this information to make positive changes in the nursery and raise outcomes for children. • Children play in a safe and secure environment. Staff are vigilant about the safety and well-being of the children. They assess potential hazards within the nursery and take effective steps to minimise these. • At times, staff do not allow children time to think about questions they have been asked and respond to them. • Younger children are not always consistently supported in developing skills as they use tools, particularly when using cutlery at lunchtime.