Brooklands Day Nursery

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About Brooklands Day Nursery

Name Brooklands Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Greenacres Road, Greenacres, Oldham, OL4 3EY
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oldham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The dedicated manager provides effective leadership and is committed to continuous improvement.

She accurately evaluates the quality of the nursery and shows determination to achieve even higher standards. The manager values the suggestions that staff, parents, other professionals and children make. She acts upon their views.

• Children's interests are captured by the interesting and varied curriculum. Children are absorbed in meaningful opportunities for learning throughout the day. Staff work closely with other professionals to provide programmes for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).

• Consistent, frie...ndly and nurturing staff positively support children's emotional wellbeing. Children are happy and settled and their behaviour is very good. • Staff build strong partnerships with parents.

They share information about children's progress and guide parents in how to support children's learning at home. Parents comment positively about the setting. They commend the staff team on their loving and caring nature.

• Staff support children's mathematical development very well. They encourage children to count, think about what number comes next and sequence the days of the week. • Children develop high levels of independence and self-care.

For example, they prepare their own snacks, select the toys they want to play with and put on their coats to play outside. • Staff do not always provide opportunities to fully support young children who prefer to learn outdoors. • Staff do not effectively organise routines in order to fully promote high levels of participation and engagement for all children.

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