Christchurch Pre-School

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About Christchurch Pre-School

Name Christchurch Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Christ Church Pre School, Church Road, Hanham, BRISTOL, BS15 3AE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority SouthGloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager is passionate about her role in leading the pre-school. She works closely with staff and the committee to continually identify ways to develop the pre-school further.

They link with local authority advisers and other settings to keep abreast of changes to legislation and to gain good practice ideas. • Staff are friendly, caring and attentive to what children say and do. They help children settle very well into pre-school and build their confidence effectively.

Children are happy and develop strong and beneficial relationships with staff. • Partnerships with parents are strong. Staff work hard to support an ongoing two-way flow of info...rmation with parents.

For example, daily chats and regular newsletters, as well as discussions and evidence seen at parents' meetings support a consistent approach to meeting children's needs. • Staff are kind and very patient. They provide consistent and clear explanations when children are struggling to understand expectations.

Children behave well. They learn to take turns, play cooperatively and manage their emotions. This includes those who require particularly perceptive intervention and additional support.

• Staff observe children as they play, tracking their achievements closely. They know children very well. They follow their interests and focus carefully on their individual learning needs.

Children make good progress from their starting points. • Staff do not consistently gain information from other providers of settings that children attend, to support a continual progression in children's development. • At times, staff do not plan well enough to successfully encourage all children's involvement in activities and fully develop their attention and listening skills.

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