Bright Horizons Frimley Green Day Nursery And Preschool

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About Bright Horizons Frimley Green Day Nursery And Preschool

Name Bright Horizons Frimley Green Day Nursery And Preschool
Website http://_Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Nursery On The Green, 1 The Green, Frimley Green, Camberley, Surrey, GU16 6HF
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

The provision is outstanding

Children make exceptional levels of progress and truly flourish in this inspirational nursery. Their well-being is of the highest priority.

Children form secure attachments and close bonds with the nurturing and extremely caring staff. Babies laugh and giggle with beaming smiles as they copy the facial expressions of their key person. They snuggle, share stories and sing songs together.

The highly sensitive and responsive relationships they form contribute to children being extremely happy and settled in this truly loving and nurturing environment. Children are excited, inquisitive and highly engaged in the ambi...tious and extremely well-designed experiences they take part in. For instance, they are fascinated to discover what happens when they add different coloured dyes to dough.

Children make predictions and discuss their thoughts and ideas with their friends. They are extremely considerate and respectful of one another as they take turns talking and listen to each other with genuine interest. Children confidently recall previous learning that blue and red will make purple and that the quantity of dye will change the shade to be 'lighter' or 'darker'.

Children benefit from a curriculum that leaders have meticulously designed to ensure they are confident and resilient and develop a thirst for knowledge and a love of learning.

What does the early years setting do well and what does it need to do better?

The manager is highly dedicated and is an inspirational and skilled leader. She works with the leadership team to reflect and evaluate in order to continuously make improvements.

Leaders ensure staff's well-being and individual professional development are of the highest priority. Staff all take part in targeted training and regular supervision to support and further their learning. As a result, the quality of education and care for children is excellent.

Leaders have sequenced their curriculum exceptionally well in order to build on what children already know and can do. For instance, they support children's independence to the highest level. Babies take part in numerous activities that are designed to strengthen their hands to hold cutlery.

Toddlers intensely concentrate on pouring their own drinks and children in the pre-school self-serve their meals. They are respected in the choice and quantity of food they select. As a result, children feel a great sense of pride and achievement in their abilities.

Leaders ensure children's views and opinions are listened to and valued. For instance, pre-school children take it in turn to be part of a 'nursery council.' They have meetings to discuss what they think works well and what could be changed in their nursery.

Two-year-olds take part in morning risk assessments, using their checklists to ensure the garden is safe for their friends to use. Their voice is heard and respected by staff. As a result, children demonstrate high levels of self-worth and a deep-rooted sense of belonging.

Staff support children's communication and language abilities to the highest level. They engage in high-quality interactions and conversations with children of all ages. Staff in the baby room are extremely skilled at recognising babies' cues and extend on the sounds they make to help them form new words.

Children learn and accurately use challenging new vocabulary, such as 'camouflaged' and 'shivering', as they engage in conversations with staff.The manager and her team place the utmost importance on understanding and supporting the needs of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). They work extremely closely with other professionals and parents to establish highly focused support and ensure staff understand how to best support their individual needs.

As a result, children with SEND make incredible progress and are extremely well prepared to move on to their next stage of learning.Parents comment on how the nursery staff go 'above and beyond' expectations and feel staff truly care about their children to the highest level. Staff place immense focus on ensuring children settle into the nursery with ease and that parents are also supported through this process.

Staff share detailed information about children's progress and offer parents an abundance of ideas to support their child's learning at home. There is an exceptional community feel to this nursery, and parents are involved in aspects of nursery life in order to promote the very best outcomes for children.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.

Leaders are dedicated to ensuring all staff have excellent knowledge of how to keep children safe. Staff undertake in-depth training and continue to keep their knowledge up to date through staff meetings on a regular basis. Staff are confident in understanding the reporting procedures they must follow if they have concerns about a child or adult.

They are highly aware of the signs and symptoms of abuse that may indicate a child is at risk of harm. Staff ensure children have an excellent understanding of how to keep themselves safe in a variety of ways. For instance, they teach children how to keep themselves safe online in an age-appropriate way, through computer programmes, stories and regular discussions.

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