Cherryvale Nursery

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About Cherryvale Nursery

Name Cherryvale Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Frimley Road, Ash Vale, Surrey, GU12 5NZ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnThe management team is passionate about driving quality. It evaluates the provision thoroughly, seeks the views of parents and demonstrates a strong commitment to raising the existing good standards of care and learning for children. nChildren are very physically active and enthusiastically explore the spacious and adventurous outdoor area.

They show strong balance and coordination as they complete obstacle courses and make their way across balancing beams.nChildren demonstrate strong bonds with staff. For example, babies respond well to staff and quickly become confident to explore their environment.

All children thoroughly enjoy playing and intera...cting with staff and demonstrate they feel safe and secure.nChildren are polite, demonstrate good manners and learn to value and respect their peers. They behave well, actively share and take turns, and thoroughly enjoy engaging in play with other children.

nPartnerships with parents are strong. Staff communicate with parents daily and involve parents in all aspects of their children's development. All children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities and those who speak English as an additional language, are making good progress relative to their starting points.

nStaff complete regular observations and assessments and use this information to plan precisely for the next steps in children's learning. However, on occasions, some staff working with younger children and babies do not use their good teaching skills and the resources they have available to fully extend children's learning and help them make the best possible progress. nAlthough managers have identified areas for professional development and have put strategies in place to help raise the quality of staff practice even further, these are not yet fully embedded to help staff deliver teaching to children at the highest levels.

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