Children’s Place Dewsbury

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About Children’s Place Dewsbury

Name Children’s Place Dewsbury
Ofsted Inspections
Address Dewsbury & District Hospital, Halifax Road, DEWSBURY, West Yorkshire, WF13 4HS
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kirklees
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff know the children in their care very well. They talk passionately about children's achievements and know how to extend their learning further.

Staff carefully observe children during play and plan a variety of activities to help them to progress. • Children's assessments are accurate. Their progress is closely monitored and any gaps in their learning are identified and quickly closed.

• Partnerships with other professionals are good. Children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are extremely well supported. As a result, they are making progress in their development.

• Children's understanding of mathematical c...oncepts such as numbers and counting, capacity, size and length, is supported well. For instance, they eagerly count the food eaten by the hungry caterpillar as they share the story with staff. They discuss the different lengths of materials that they are using to create caterpillar collages.

• Children learn about what makes them similar to and different from others. They find out about different cultures. For example, they enjoy listening to stories about Ramadan and investigate prayer beads and prayer mats.

• Although partnerships are good, the methods used to engage parents and support children's learning at home could be further enhanced. • On occasion, staff are too quick to provide solutions. They do not consistently encourage older children to negotiate and solve problems for themselves to help their critical thinking.

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