Bright Little Buttons Montessori

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About Bright Little Buttons Montessori

Name Bright Little Buttons Montessori
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: The Parish Rooms, Broadwater Street West, WORTHING, West Sussex, BN14 9DE
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Children have a wonderful time as they play and explore the stimulating, well-resourced learning areas, both indoors and outside.

Children lead their own play and demonstrate a 'can do' attitude towards their learning. Children are developing very good communication and language skills. Activities are planned to support children to increase their vocabulary and to give them confidence to speak in groups.

Staff have a warm and caring rapport with the children and they are very good role models. They speak to children in a calm and respectful manner and consistently help children to understand how to manage their own behaviour, share and make friends.... Staff give the safety and well-being of children a high priority.

They are vigilant, complete daily health and safety checks on the premises, and carry out regular fire drills. Staff develop good relationships with parents. They value their opinions and ensure that they work successfully together to plan for their child's care and learning needs.

It is not yet outstanding because: Leaders do not currently analyse the progress of different groups of children. Consequently, they are not certain that learning outcomes are even for all groups of children. Leaders have yet to establish a highly successful two-way flow of information with other settings that children attend, to ensure consistency of care and learning.