Calllands Pre-School & Link Club

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About Calllands Pre-School & Link Club

Name Calllands Pre-School & Link Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Callands Centre, Callands Road, Callands, WARRINGTON, WA5 9RJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Warrington
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Managers and staff have high expectations and strive to achieve the highest possible standards.

They develop action plans and make regular changes that benefit children. Staff have developed effective partnerships with parents. Staff share information about children's progress and they offer parents support, advice and strategies to help them to extend children's learning at home.

Parents speak very highly of staff. Staff complete regular observations and assessments of children's learning. Managers use systems to monitor children's progress and work with staff to provide timely interventions.

This helps to narrow the gaps and helps childr...en to make good progress. Children's emotional and physical well-being are well supported. For example, staff go to great lengths to find out specific information to help children to settle.

This includes encouraging children to bring familiar items from home during settling-in periods. Children's behaviour is good. Staff act as good role models and use consistent methods to promote positive behaviour.

Children are aware of the rules and understand why these are in place; for example, walking indoors to keep themselves and others safe. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff do not consistently make the best use of everyday routines to help to extend and build on children's mathematical understanding. Sometimes, staff do not adapt their teaching to encourage quieter children to participate fully during small-group activities.

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