Children’s Corner Childcare LLP (Granary Wharf)

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About Children’s Corner Childcare LLP (Granary Wharf)

Name Children’s Corner Childcare LLP (Granary Wharf)
Ofsted Inspections
Address Verity House, Canal Wharf, Leeds, LS11 5BQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Leeds
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager rigorously evaluates the quality of the setting, including the teaching.

She carefully scrutinises the progress children make in their learning and uses this information to identify effective improvement plans. For example, she improves the accessibility of art and craft resources to increase opportunities for less mobile children to select items independently. • Staff carefully monitor and record the progress children make in their learning.

They share key information with parents and other professionals involved in a child's care. Together, they plan effective next steps in learning targets to ensure children receive the individual they need in their learning. • Staff build strong relationships with children.

They collect detailed information about each child and use this to help plan a welcoming and familiar environment, which helps children settle quickly. • Children develop a strong understanding of how to keep themselves healthy from a young age. For example, they learn how to take care of their oral health and brush their teeth after breakfast each day.

• Staff have recently completed training to help them to complete higher quality observations and assessments. The manager recognises this has already had a positive impact on the quality of observations, however, she acknowledges this is still in its infancy stage and understands the importance of continuing to monitor the impact this has on children's learning. • The manager does not ensure all children have learning opportunities that help them to use the different languages they speak during play.

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