Brave Kids Pre-School

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About Brave Kids Pre-School

Name Brave Kids Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Hope Conference And Community Centre, Watson Street Works, Watson Street, Oswaldtwistle, Accrington, BB5 3HH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children's emotional well-being and sense of self-worth are fostered exceptionally well in this inclusive and nurturing pre-school.

Staff support children's health and medical needs highly effectively. They manage behaviour in a sensitive way that helps children to develop a strong understanding of responsibility from an early age. • Partnerships with parents are well established and highly valued.

Staff and parents frequently share information about children's learning and interests. This supports children's ongoing learning at the pre-school and at home. • Children particularly enjoy outdoor play, where they independently explore and use their ...imagination using a variety of stimulating resources.

For example, they are fascinated while making pretend food in the mud kitchen. They show good physical dexterity as they balance and articulately discuss the growth process of seeds they have planted. • Overall, teaching is good.

Staff use an array of teaching skills to help children make good progress. They know when to step in and support children's learning and when to let them independently explore and investigate. • The dedicated management team has a clear vision for the further development of the pre-school.

This fosters a strong sense of pride and enthusiasm that permeates throughout the setting. • On occasions, staff do not give children enough time to think and respond to their questions. • The recently established programme for professional development is not fully embedded to ensure the highest quality of teaching and learning throughout the preschool.

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