|Name||Children’s Place Burnett Fields|
|Ofsted Inspection Rating||Outstanding|
|Address||Burnett Fields Children and Family Centre, 42 Greaves Street, Bradford, BD5 7PE|
|Type||Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care|
|Catchment Area Indicator Available||No|
|Last Distance Offered Available||No|
Highlights from Latest Full Inspection (20 May 2016)
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Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is outstanding Staff have an outstanding commitment to inclusion, with a firm belief that all children are competent learners. They remove barriers to learning and establish first-class partnership working. This means that all children are superbly supported in making optimum progress, given their starting points. Staff model social skills superbly. This has a significantly positive impact on children’s behaviour and friendships. Children are skilled in negotiating and sharing ideas and are developing excellent independence. Care routines are highly effective, homely and exceptionally sociable occasions. Children show excellent levels of engagement in rich, stimulating and accessible environments. These are superbly attuned to their individual needs, stage of learning and interests; gained from continuous observation and assessments. Even babies and toddlers can readily explore and investigate a wealth of inspiring play opportunities. Staff promote children’s safety and physical well-being to an extremely high standard. Children’s understanding of keeping themselves safe and healthy through practical first-hand experiences and interesting visitors is fostered exceptionally well. Children and babies develop high levels of confidence and self-esteem in a wonderfully nurturing environment. Care routines are superbly managed to meet children’s needs. Meticulously planned transitions ensure that children receive high levels of support when they first begin attending, move rooms or leave for school. There is first-class partnership working and information sharing with parents. Staff use innovative and exceptionally engaging ways to involve parents in children’s learning.