Caterpillars Montessori Nursery School

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About Caterpillars Montessori Nursery School

Name Caterpillars Montessori Nursery School
Ofsted Inspections
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnThe well-qualified and experienced team provides a vast range of activities that promote children's enjoyment and encourage them to become motivated to learn.nChildren show extremely high levels of emotional well-being and confidence as they eagerly explore the environment and immerse themselves in self-chosen activities.

nStaff are very good role models and provide clear, concise expectations of children's behaviour. Children learn to share, take turns and respect each other's feelings. They play cooperatively together and behave well.

nStaff observe children regularly and assess their development precisely. They provide interesting activities to s...upport children's learning. All children make good progress from their starting points.

nPartnerships with parents are good. Staff work exceptionally well with them to help children to settle. Parents are complimentary about the quality of the provision, commenting particularly about how their children have become increasingly confident and self-assured since attending the setting.

nStaff receive training and the manager makes good use of appraisals to monitor their performance. However, there is scope to develop the ongoing supervision of staff even further, to help them to recognise when some activities can be extended further to challenge children at the highest level.nAt times, children's concentration and exploration during adult-led activities are interrupted as staff leave them to carry out other tasks.

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