Broad Street Playgroup

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About Broad Street Playgroup

Name Broad Street Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address 61 Broad Street, Syston, LEICESTER, LE7 1GH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Leicestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager has high aspirations for the continued success of the playgroup. She regularly considers the quality of the provision and takes account of the views of children, parents and staff. • The manager and staff provide a valuable and much appreciated service to local families.

Children are happy, have fun and make good progress. • Partnerships with parents are strong. Staff take time each day to talk to parents.

This ensures that parents are kept up to date with the opportunities that are available to their children. In addition, parents receive written summaries each term of the progress that their children make. • Staff observe children a...s they play.

This helps them to assess children's current developmental stages and to plan for the next stages in children's learning. • Children settle quickly at the playgroup. Staff are kind and caring.

Children develop close attachments to staff who go out of their way to ensure that they are aware of children's likes, preferences and interests. • Children behave well at the playgroup. Staff are good role models to children.

They remind them to say 'please' and 'thank you' and that they must share their toys and be kind to one another. • Although there are procedures to evaluate staff practice, these are not yet embedded to consistently monitor the quality of teaching. • Some group activities are not always organised well enough to fully retain the interest and involvement of all of the children taking part.

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