Bright Stars Pdn

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About Bright Stars Pdn

Name Bright Stars Pdn
Ofsted Inspections
Address Hanover Mill, Fitzroy Street, ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE, Lancashire, OL7 0TL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Tameside
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnWell-qualified and experienced leaders have worked exceptionally hard to address the actions raised at the previous inspection. Together with the local authority, staff and parents, they develop action plans that are swiftly implemented. Future plans are ambitious and a clear vision is in place to help raise the quality even further.

nPartnerships with parents are a key strength. Effective systems are in place to share and gather ongoing information about children's care and learning. Leaders provide parents with opportunities to help them support their child's learning at home.

For instance, parents attend first-aid training and information evening...s to help them prepare children for starting school.nPositive and enthusiastic staff treat children with respect and kindness. For example, before engaging in care routines with babies, such as wiping their nose, staff consult with them to gain their consent.

Staff also ask two-year-old children to vote for their favourite rhymes at singing time. This helps children to feel valued and provides them with the confidence to express their views. nStaff use the information gained from their accurate assessments of children's learning to plan challenging experiences, overall.

For example, they provide two-year-old children with exciting opportunities to help build on their physical skills. Children delight as they clamber over tyres and balance along planks of wood outdoors, before jumping off at the end with confidence.nAt times, staff do not give enough consideration to the planning and delivery of small-group sessions, such as those aimed at supporting two-year-old children's listening and attention skills.

nSince the previous inspection there have been many staff changes and a restructure of the leadership team. Leaders have been proactive in implementing new systems to monitor staff practice, such as sharing and modelling best practice. However, these systems are still in their infancy and are not well embedded across the whole staff team.

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