Chestnut Nursery Norfolk Ltd. St. Giles

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About Chestnut Nursery Norfolk Ltd. St. Giles

Name Chestnut Nursery Norfolk Ltd. St. Giles
Ofsted Inspections
Address 38a St. Giles Street, Norwich, NR2 1LL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Norfolk
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager is well organised and professional. She takes account of the views of parents, children and staff when evaluating the provision.

The manager uses this information to shape plans for positive improvement and changes. • Staff teach children how to grow and care for plants. Children take part in baking activities and enjoy home-cooked meals.

Staff encourage children to participate in activities that promote their well-being. This helps children to understand about healthy lifestyles and the importance of physical exercise. • Staff greet children and families with warmth.

They build good relationships with parents and families. S...taff exchange key information with parents and support children to join in with activities on arrival. Children form strong attachments with staff.

This helps them to settle. • Staff help to prepare children for their next stage in learning, such as school. Children become confident communicators, willing to share their ideas and answer questions in a group.

• Children enjoy outings in the local area, including to libraries, landmarks and parks. This helps them to learn about their community and the wider world around them. • Parents praise the communication of staff and their positive relationships with children.

They appreciate the information staff share about children's achievements and their suggestions as to how they can support children's learning at home. • The organisation and content of supervision meetings to enhance staff's professional development are not consistent in focusing sharply on raising the quality of staff teaching practice to the highest level. • The tracking of children's progress is not sharply focused on assessing how well specific groups of children are achieving.

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