Claremont Day Nursery

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About Claremont Day Nursery

Name Claremont Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Claremont Court, Tebbutts Yard, Earls Barton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 0JN
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthNorthamptonshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnThe good qualification levels of staff reflect in their secure understanding of how children learn. Staff provide a stimulating learning environment both indoors and outdoors.

Children have plenty of opportunities to make choices and to be independent. This helps to motivate children to explore, play and learn. nAll children make good progress in their learning and development, relative to their starting points.

nStaff take children on regular outings that help them to learn about the world around them. For example, older children enthusiastically recall a recent visit to a farm. They explain facts they have learned, for example corn is used to make... bread.

nKey persons tailor settling-in arrangements for each child. They provide consistent personal care and flexible routines for babies and younger children. This helps children to feel settled and secure in the nursery.

nStaff develop good partnerships with parents. They share daily information with parents and invite them to contribute to their child's online learning journal. Staff provide activity ideas that help parents to support continuity in their children's learning.

For example, they help parents to extend their children's knowledge of shapes and patterns.nThe manager reflects on her provision and she seeks the views of parents and other professionals. This helps her to identify areas for development.

For example, she has improved the organisation of daily routines to help children to play uninterrupted.nStaff do not make the most of opportunities to further extend younger children's speaking skills.nThe manager does not monitor the progress made by groups of children fully, particularly to help to identify how she can support children to make the highest rates of achievement.

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