Buttercup Pre School

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About Buttercup Pre School

Name Buttercup Pre School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Cayton Cp School, Mill Lane, Cayton Bay, SCARBOROUGH, North Yorkshire, YO11 3NN
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthYorkshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Relationships with parents are strong. Parents speak very highly of the setting.

Staff regularly share information about children's progress and their development and in turn parents feel very well informed. • Children are eager and motivated to participate in the activities that staff plan for them. They benefit from a wide range of resources in the outdoor area and choose to spend time outdoors.

This has a positive impact on their well-being. • Staff allow children time and space to develop their own ideas in their play and support children's thinking skills through asking effective questions. • A highly effective key-person system ensures that... children form close and trusting relationships with adults, helping children to feel safe.

• Children are making good progress. When gaps start to show in their development, the staff identify them and swiftly plan effective methods to address them. • The manager and staff understand the setting's strengths and areas for development.

This supports continual improvement. • There are well-established daily routines and expectations. Children display high levels of confidence and independence and behave well.

• Staff gather some information from parents about children when they start at the setting. This helps them understand about children's life at home. • Parents are not invited to contribute to children's assessments when they first start at the pre-school.

Therefore, staff are not as well informed as they could be about what children are able to do when they join. • Staff provide children with healthy snacks but do not consistently support children in knowing the importance of a healthy diet. • At times, adult-led activities involve too many children and, as a result, they lose interest.

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