Brindley House Childcare Centre

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About Brindley House Childcare Centre

Name Brindley House Childcare Centre
Ofsted Inspections
Address 4 Burkes Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1PB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Buckinghamshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

The provision is good

Staff are caring and nurturing.

Children receive cuddles and encouragement that helps them feel safe and settle at nursery. Staff plan a variety of exciting and interesting activities that builds on what children know and can do. Children develop a sense of achievement as they confidently explore story stones to create their own stories from the pictures on the stones.

Children develop their communication and language as they work together to build their story. Staff provide many opportunities for children to develop their early writing skills. Children enjoy making lists and writing postcards.

They build hand muscles and hand-eye coordination as they practise cutting with scissors and using syringes in water.Children build strong bonds with staff and their friends. They show care for each other and are beginning to understand that their actions have an impact on others.

Staff support children's positive behaviour and attitudes to learning through their kind and respectful interactions. Children learn to make choices as a group together. This gives them opportunities to share their thoughts and opinions.

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

The manager and staff create an environment that supports the learning and development of children. They use what they know about children and their interest to plan activities that build on what children know and can do. Children make good progress as they develop their skills in a range of exciting activities.

For example, children learn to explore the ingredients of dough and how to mix them to create their own.Staff read to children in a way that excites and engages them, introducing new ideas, concepts, and vocabulary. Children enjoy listening to familiar stories and joining in with key words.

Overall, staff speak clearly to the children to support their understanding and pronunciation of new words. However, not all staff are consistent in modelling language back to children and this impacts on children learning the correct pronunciation for simple words.Staff use assessment well to check children's progress.

This helps them identify early any gaps in learning. They use this information to provide targeted support that will help children make the progress they are capable of. For example, staff plan small-group activities that support children to build and develop relationships with their peers.

Children begin to make friendships and learn to be kind to each other.Parents know what their children are learning at nursery. Staff share with parents the learning for the week and share resources and guidance on how parents can support learning at home.

Parents and children are able to borrow books and activities from the lending library. Children enjoy showing their parents their favourite activities and books.A well-established key-person system helps children form secure attachments and promotes their well-being.

Staff teach children the language of feelings, and support children to share their emotions. They are beginning to learn how their actions impact on others. As a result, children are kind and thoughtful towards their friends.

They offer their toys and cuddles to their friends.The manager and staff help children and their families to gain an effective understanding of when they might be at risk, while using the internet, digital technology and social media, and where to get support if they need it.Children develop their confidence, resilience and independence as staff provide effective care practices.

Staff encourage children to explore and take manageable risk as they play outside. Children enjoy a range of activities and apparatus that supports their physical development. The enjoy learning to ride balance bikes and learning about the space around them.

The manager supports staff through regular supervisions. She reviews practice and discusses opportunities for professional development through training and coaching. Staff feel they receive good support and are valued in their roles.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.There is an open and positive culture around safeguarding that puts children's interests first.

What does the setting need to do to improve?

To further improve the quality of the early years provision, the provider should: nenhance the support for staff to be more consistent in promoting communication and language.

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