Charley’s Angels Day Nursery

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About Charley’s Angels Day Nursery

Name Charley’s Angels Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 27-31 Whiteley Street, HUDDERSFIELD, HD3 4LT
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kirklees
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • There are good partnerships with parents and staff exchange information about children's learning and care needs. Parents are very complimentary about the nursery and particularly value the online learning system. • Strategies to support children who speak English as an additional language, and those who need additional help, are working effectively to help children communicate.

For example, staff use story props to help children with speech and language difficulties to understand routines and make their needs known. • Transition arrangements are good. Parents are invited to bring children for settling-in sessions.

There are effective systems so ...that staff can gather the information they need from parents to help children to settle and learn quickly. • Staff consistently praise and encourage children to take responsibility for everyday tasks, which they do confidently and adeptly. This helps children to gain good independence skills and promotes their confidence and self-esteem.

• Sometimes staff who are less confident do not make the best use of their interactions with children to explore ideas more fully and build on their interests further. • Systems to monitor staff's understanding of the setting's policies and procedures are not always robust enough to help the manager to identify all gaps in staff's knowledge. • Activities provided to support children's early writing skills outdoors are not as rich and varied as those children experience indoors.