Brindle St Joseph’s Nursery Group

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About Brindle St Joseph’s Nursery Group


Name Brindle St Joseph’s Nursery Group
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Bournes Row, Gregson Lane, Hoghton, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 0DQ
Type 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 The newly appointed manager is an extremely knowledgeable and experienced practitioner who has implemented many positive changes since she came to post. She has developed a committed and supportive staff team who shares the same aspirations for the nurseryStaff provide a range of interesting activities for children to help them develop new skills and support them to achieve their next steps in learning.

Children make good progress in their learning and development. Staff are positive role models and nurture children extremely well. They have a good understanding of children's individual needs and work in partnership with parents to provide a consistency of ...care for them.

Children are happy and settled. There is a strong emphasis on learning in the outdoors. Children explore a wide range of imaginative and well-planned activities that engages them in learning.

Children's behaviour is good. Staff promote listening and attention skills and encourage children to take part in routines and be independent. They regularly praise children as they achieve new things.

Children use good manners and understand expectations. It is not yet outstanding because: Systems to monitor the progress made by different groups of children are in their infancy. A range of training opportunities is not consistently accessed by all staff to fully support highly focussed professional development.