Branches@the Winlaton Centre

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About Branches@the Winlaton Centre

Name Branches@the Winlaton Centre
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Winlaton Centre, North Street, Blaydon On Tyne, NE21 6BY
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Gateshead
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager fully recognises the importance of checking the ongoing suitability of staff to ensure they are safe to work with children. She frequently monitors children's accidents and incidents in order to swiftly address any trends to safeguard children's welfare. • Staff establish strong links with local primary schools and meet regularly with teachers to discuss children's development.

This creates a joint approach and successfully promotes children's future learning. • Children are confident in their communication and language skills. They chat happily alongside their peers and engage in purposeful discussion with staff.

• Staff actively enc...ourage children to make decisions and to voice their views and opinions. This helps children to feel valued and respected. • Children thoroughly enjoy a good range of nutritious snacks and comfortably help themselves to drinks and fruit throughout the session to keep them hydrated.

Staff effectively support children to follow healthy lifestyles. • The current programme for professional development of staff is not yet precisely focused on raising the quality of their interactions with children to the highest level. • Although children have opportunities to be physically active, the outdoor environment is not stimulating and motivating enough to enrich their play experiences even further.

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