Cliff House Nursery

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Name Cliff House Nursery
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 19 Lambert Road, Ribbleton, Preston, Lancs, PR2 6YQ
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The nursery manager is highly skilled and experienced. She is committed to the continued improvement of the nursery and raising outcomes for children. Together with the staff team, recommendations from the last inspection have been actioned well.

This has enhanced the visual environment and opportunities for mark making and literacy. • The well-qualified staff team accurately assess observations made of children's learning. They use this information to identify next steps and to plan a range of activities.

All children make good progress, including those in receipt of additional funding. • Children are happy, settled and enjoy their time at nurser...y. The well-established and consistently implemented key-person system helps all children form secure attachments, promoting their emotional and physical well-being and confidence to explore.

• Children have wonderful opportunities to take risks and learn how to manage their own safety. They ably jump from the bow of the boat in the garden and competently navigate over the range of climbing equipment. • Children's behaviour is excellent.

They play cooperatively with their peers and thoroughly enjoy participating in all parts of the daily routine, including tidy-up time. It is not yet outstanding because: • The performance management of staff does not yet provide the manager with in-depth evaluations of staff teaching to raise the quality to the highest levels. • Occasionally, staff do not give children sufficient time to think and answer the questions they ask them.