Children’s House Day Nursery

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About Children’s House Day Nursery

Name Children’s House Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Park Lodge, Tilehurst Lane, Binfield, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG42 5JL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority BracknellForest
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnLeaders are ambitious, demonstrate a strong commitment and strive to ensure that children are given the best outcomes. As a result, children are happy and achieve well in this stimulating environment.

nStaff plan challenging activities for children that focus on their interests and what they need to learn next. Children are confident, motivated learners. They make good progress.

nChildren benefit from vibrant outdoor learning opportunities. The outdoor area offers a wealth of exciting experiences. For example, children nurture their home-grown fruit and vegetables, and they excitedly climb, dig or explore in the sensory areas and during woodland wal...ks.

nStaff help children to understand what is expected of them. The 'golden values' are consistently followed throughout the nursery. Children behave well.

They are encouraged to take good care of the environment, learn to listen and be kind to others. As a result, children feel safe and secure, and demonstrate high levels of confidence and well-being. nStaff miss opportunities to encourage children whose home language is not English to hear and use their language fully in their play, to represent and value their identity even further.

nLeaders use self-evaluation well to identify areas for development. They are continuing to develop and improve performance management opportunities that aim to raise the quality of teaching to higher levels. However, there are still some areas of staff practice that are not fully addressed to help bring about even more rapid improvement.

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