Church Lane Nursery

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About Church Lane Nursery

Name Church Lane Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address St Michael’s Church Hall, Brighton, BN42 4GD
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff have worked very hard to develop skills that they use effectively to empower all children to communicate and to understand equally.

They ensure that children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) feel equal to other children. This results in all children, including those with SEND, developing greatly in their self-confidence. • Staff involve parents greatly in children's learning.

As a result, parents understand well the progress children make and know what they can do to support learning at home. For example, parents have had opportunities to learn to use the same sign language that children have been using so that they... can use it at home. • Staff include parents greatly when ensuring children's personal development and follow robust methods to ensure children manage transitions to other settings, such as school, with ease.

This includes working together to ensure children are fully able to complete routines they will follow at school, such as changing their clothes. • Managers and staff monitor carefully the progress children make to ensure all children have equal opportunities to meet their full potential. Staff have a strong understanding of children's progress and what the priorities for learning are for each child.

They plan for these in a manner which takes strong account of the individual child and their interests. • All children, including those who have SEND, make good progress from their starting points. • The managers have successfully built a strong team which works together very well and is highly motivated to do the best for children.

The staff team provides a warm and supportive atmosphere for children and their families. • Managers do not yet use their performance management strategies effectively to support staff to improve further their good teaching skills and make them consistently outstanding. • Staff do not consistently act on opportunities to encourage children to build on and extend their own thoughts about their experiences.

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