Bright Bees Nursery

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About Bright Bees Nursery

Name Bright Bees Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 394 Gipsy Lane, LEICESTER, LE4 7DA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Leicester
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The management and staff team work exceptionally well together and continually strive to improve the nursery. They are highly reflective of their service and carefully consider the needs of the children and their families.

This results in children's individual needs being consistently met. • The management and staff are highly qualified. Management implements excellent training opportunities for staff to keep their knowledge up to date.

This ensures staff's teaching skills are very strong and continue to develop to even higher levels. • Children with special educational needs and/or disabilities are supported exceptionally well. Staff rece...ive specific training related to children's individual needs.

They work very closely with parents to ensure children receive a consistent approach to their care and learning, and can take part in all the activities on offer. • Parents speak very positively about the nursery. They are kept extremely well informed about their children's learning.

Staff work closely with parents from the outset. They share details of enjoyable activities that parents are keen to do at home with their children to help continue the rapid progress they make. • Children's safety is given the highest priority.

Staff-to-child ratios are maintained and staff are deployed exceptionally well. Children are supervised effectively during their play and activities. Effective risk assessments are in place.

Positive steps are taken to identify and reduce hazards, and this contributes to children's safety. • Children behave extremely well. All staff receive training about how to support children's behaviour in positive ways.

This results in children responding very well to the highly consistent approach they receive. Staff take time to talk to children, so they know what is expected. This results in children becoming fully engaged in the excellent range of enjoyable activities, sharing, taking turns and helping their friends.

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