Childcare @ St Swithun’s

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About Childcare @ St Swithun’s

Name Childcare @ St Swithun’s
Ofsted Inspections
Address St. Swithuns Community Centre, Arncliffe Road, WAKEFIELD, West Yorkshire, WF1 4RR
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Wakefield
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff are positive role models and use a range of effective strategies to promote children's behaviour. Children develop strong bonds with staff. They arrive with enthusiasm and settle in quickly.

Children thoroughly enjoy their time at nursery. Children make good progress as they are motivated and keen to learn. Staff monitor children's progress and interests closely.

They offer a wide range of activities that provides good levels of challenge and reflects children's individual learning needs well. Partnership working is strong to support children who have special educational needs and/or disabilities. Staff work with other professionals to succes...sfully identify programmes of support to help close gaps in children's development.

Managers and staff are committed to providing high-quality care and learning for children. They consistently reflect on the service provided and seek the views of parents and children to drive further improvements. Well-qualified staff develop professional relationships with the parents and other providers, including the local schools.

This promotes consistency and continuity for all children's care and learning. It is not yet outstanding because: The teaching during some group activities does not help all children to fully benefit from the good learning opportunities available. Staff do not consistently provide opportunities for all children who speak English as an additional language to use and hear their home languages during their play, to help further support their communication skills.

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