Chapel-En-Le-Frith Playgroup

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About Chapel-En-Le-Frith Playgroup


Name Chapel-En-Le-Frith Playgroup
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Scout Headquarters, Thornbrook Road, Chapel-En-Le-Frith, High Peak, SK23 0LX
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Derbyshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The manager and her staff are keen for all groups of children to learn in a stimulating environment and achieve well. She has high expectations and sets a clear direction, overall, for the playgroup's future development. Children achieve well during their time in the playgroup.

Overall, they acquire the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to succeed in their future education and are well prepared for starting school. Children learn in a bright and motivating environment. Staff plan interesting and imaginative activities to engage children and promote their curiosity.

Staff help children to develop good personal and social skills. Children... learn to cooperate and play and learn together. They are well behaved and learn to follow instructions carefully.

Staff establish good relationships with parents. They keep them well informed about their children's progress. Parents appreciate the warm and welcoming environment the staff provide.

The playgroup forms strong links with other settings children attend. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff do not make full use of assessments of children's learning to regularly set precise next steps to ensure the best rates of progress. Staff do not consistently use strategies, such as effective questioning skills, to help children deepen their knowledge and understanding.