Buckingham Gardens Day Nursery

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About Buckingham Gardens Day Nursery

Name Buckingham Gardens Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Buckingham Gardens, BRISTOL, BS16 5TW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority SouthGloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff plan a stimulating range of outdoor opportunities for children in the attractive and inviting garden. This motivates children of all ages in their learning, particularly those who prefer to learn outdoors.

• Staff are strong teachers of mathematics. They provide children with good opportunities to develop their mathematical knowledge. For example, when pumping and transporting water from a water pump, they talk about capacity.

• Partnerships with parents are strong. Staff keep parents well informed about their child's progress and work with them to meet children's individual care needs. This offers children good continuity of care.

...• Leaders offer good guidance and support to staff. For example, staff regularly undertake training and have regular supervision and team meetings to help them in their role. This helps staff reflect on their practice well.

• Leaders show a strong commitment to building continually on the good quality of care and learning they provide for children. They reflect accurately on the strengths and areas for further development. They have effective methods for self-evaluation.

It is not yet outstanding because: • Occasionally, staff use questions that are not geared to children's stage of development. This limits the opportunities to extend children's thinking skills fully and enhance their language and communication. • Staff working with the youngest children do not consistently promote children's own ideas and individual creativity fully during drawing and mark-making activities.

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