Chandlers Chatters Pre-School Playgroup

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About Chandlers Chatters Pre-School Playgroup

Name Chandlers Chatters Pre-School Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address Brenda Blakemore Community Centre, Davies Close, Rainham, RM13 9LJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Havering
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The provider is a reflective leader. She works closely with staff to help evaluate their practice rigorously.

For example, since registration, they have increased communication with parents to keep them fully informed about their children's learning. Parents are very complimentary about staff and their work. • Staff support children's learning well.

As a result, all children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities and those with English as an additional language, make good progress from their starting points. • Children benefit greatly from playing outdoors. They thrive because staff provide them with a variety of inte...resting and stimulating play experiences.

For example, children thoroughly enjoy taking part in a minibeast hunt activity with their friends and teachers. • Staff are very kind and approachable. They are positive role models for the children, which helps to build strong relationships with them.

Children show that they feel safe and emotionally secure. • Staff place a strong focus on keeping children safe. For example, they risk assess the premises thoroughly before children arrive to minimise accidents and incidents.

• At times, staff do not make best use of opportunities to build on children's ideas, such as during planned activities. This does not fully support children's creativity and imagination. • Staff are in the early process of developing opportunities for children to explore their wider community.

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