Bristol University Day Nursery

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About Bristol University Day Nursery

Name Bristol University Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 34 St. Michaels Park, Kingsdown, Bristol, Avon, BS2 8BW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The management team accurately evaluates the provision.

Managers use feedback from parents to reflect and make changes that benefit the children. For example, since their last inspection, they have created an outdoor classroom and a secret garden, to provide children with more opportunities to learn outdoors. Children are happy and settled, and they show excitement to see the staff.

Children develop good relationships with their key person and all of the staff in the nursery. All children behave well. Staff set clear and consistent boundaries to help children to manage their behaviour independently.

Staff know the children well. They use t...heir observations effectively to monitor the progress that individual children are making. All children make good progress in their learning.

Staff support children to develop a good awareness of the wider world and other cultures, such as through exploring other languages during topics and celebrating the cultures and beliefs of other children in the nursery. It is not yet outstanding because: Although staff develop good partnerships with parents, they do not consistently involve them in supporting their child's learning at home. Managers do not use the information gathered from assessments effectively to monitor the progress made by the different groups of children accurately, to identify gaps in learning and target teaching more swiftly.

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