Busy Bees Day Nursery at Warndon

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About Busy Bees Day Nursery at Warndon

Name Busy Bees Day Nursery at Warndon
Ofsted Inspections
Address Brindley Road, Warndon, Worcester, Worcs, WR4 9FB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Worcestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Leadership and management of the setting are strong. They are ambitious and communicate their high expectations to practitioners.

Self-evaluation plans and reflective practice provide a continued and systematic improvement to the quality of the provision. This ensures outcomes for children are good. Children enjoy their time at this very welcoming and supportive nursery.

They can explore, make their own discoveries, solve problems and learn skills for life to ensure they are ready for the next stages in their learning. Children benefit from being cared for by practitioners who are caring, enthusiastic and committed to the role. Practitioners have a... very good knowledge of how children learn and develop.

They know children well and understand each child's characteristics, starting points in their learning and ongoing development needs. Practitioners are good role models. They promote and encourage positive behaviour and young children learn to share and take turns.

All children receive plenty of praise and encouragement for their achievements. This helps them to feel good about themselves. Older children play collaboratively and learn to think about the needs of others.

It is not yet outstanding because: On occasions, practitioners do not manage small-group time in the pre-school room effectively. Sometimes, it is too noisy for children to listen and concentrate. Practitioners' professional development is not yet specifically focused on raising the quality of teaching to an outstanding level.