Charnwood Forest Nursery

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About Charnwood Forest Nursery


Name Charnwood Forest Nursery
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Charnwood College, Thorpe Hill, Loughborough, LE11 4SQ
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Leicestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff provide children with a very welcoming, stimulating and well-resourced learning environment. A wealth of useful information is displayed for parents and visitors, including lots of examples of children's artwork.

Staff are skilled, sensitive and responsive to meeting children's individual needs. They are highly focused on building children's communication, physical and social skills. Children enjoy their time at the playgroup and are confident and motivated to learn.

They form close emotional attachments with staff and develop friendships with other children. Staff plan rich and varied activities and make good use of resources and routines to... support children's learning. There are positive relationships between the staff, parents and other professionals and early years providers, including the local schools.

This helps to make sure there is consistency and continuity in children's learning and care. It is not yet outstanding because: While staff successfully use observation and assessment to identify gaps in children's learning, they do not always use information gained from these to plan precisely enough to ensure the support they offer is sharply focused on what children need to learn next. Although staff involve parents in their children's learning, they do not always give them clear enough information about what children need to learn next, so they can more successfully help guide their children's learning at home.