Chapel Street Pre-school

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About Chapel Street Pre-school

Name Chapel Street Pre-school
Ofsted Inspections
Address Christ Church Halton, Chapel Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 7RW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Leeds
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The manager provides regular one-to-one meetings for all staff.

This enables staff to talk about their training needs, their key children and any confidential matters that may concern them. Staff observe one another's practice and share their training knowledge. This helps to ensure teaching continues to be good.

• The manager and staff evaluate the quality of provision using accurate self-evaluation. They take into account the views of parents and children to improve their practice continuously. • Staff make regular observations and accurate assessments of children's learning.

These are monitored well and next steps for children's indivi...dual development are identified and targeted to close any potential gaps in a timely manner. • Staff work well with parents and other professionals to quickly identify and support children whose achievements are below what is expected for their age. This helps to make sure children with special educational needs and/or disabilities make good progress given their capabilities.

• Children share warm, supportive relationships with staff, helping to foster their emotional security. They demonstrate a strong sense of belonging and are supported by staff who know them well. Children are happy and settled.

It is not yet outstanding because: • Staff do not consistently make sure that they manage the environment in a way that supports children's learning as effectively as possible. For example, noise levels are sometimes too high for children to hear what is being said to them. • The management team does not use the information gathered from assessments to compare the progress made by different groups of children to help ensure all groups are supported effectively to make the best possible progress.

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