Christ Church Clifton Pre-School

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About Christ Church Clifton Pre-School

Name Christ Church Clifton Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Crypt, Christchurch, Clifton Park, BRISTOL, BS8 3BN
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Children's behaviour is impeccable.

They are always kind and respectful towards others. Staff offer children consistent praise and encouragement. This helps children to feel emotionally secure and raises their sense of achievement to an exceptional level.

Staff provide a highly stimulating and rich learning environment for children to explore. Children particularly enjoy being active outdoors. They make good progress in all areas and acquire the necessary skills for the next stage in their learning.

Staff place a strong emphasis on promoting diversity and inclusion. They teach children to respect differences and learn about the wider world... beyond their immediate community. Children who speak English as an additional language prosper very well.

Parents are delighted with their children's progress. They are extremely positive about the pre-school, especially how staff help prepare their children for starting school. The manager is highly supportive towards her staff team.

She offers regular supervisory sessions for staff, such as to discuss their key children, raise any concerns and identify training opportunities to help improve their teaching practice. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff miss opportunities at times to fully embed children's identified next steps in learning into their plans, to help children make even more rapid progress. On occasions, the most-able children do not benefit from more precise challenges, particularly during some adult-led activities, to further enhance their learning.

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