Cherry Tots Pre-School

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About Cherry Tots Pre-School

Name Cherry Tots Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Cherry Willingham CP School, Lime Grove, Cherry Willingham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN3 4BD
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lincolnshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff observe and assess children as they play.

They provide parents with a report that shows their children's progress and levels of learning. Newsletters include information for parents about how they can continue to support their children's learning at home. Children make good progress in their development.

• Children have strong attachments with staff and their peers and demonstrate that they are emotionally secure. Staff are good role models and show children kindness. • The manager works well with the host school.

She speaks to teachers about individual children and share information about their levels of learning. Staff take to use the host school facilities, such as the hall and field, helping them to become familiar with the school environment. • The manager supports staff well.

Staff attend supervision and appraisal meetings where they reflect on their practice and identify professional development opportunities. They attend training that helps them to support children's communication and language skills. • The manager monitors the progress made by different groups of children, such as boys and girls.

Boys make very good progress in their communication and language skills and their understanding of the world. • Staff do not consistently find out about children's achievements when they first start, to help plan more precisely for children's learning from the outset. • Systems to enable parents to contribute to self-evaluation are not highly effective.

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