Clutton Playgroup

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About Clutton Playgroup

Name Clutton Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Cabin, Off Station Road, Clutton, Bristol, BS39 5PF
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority BathandNorthEastSomerset
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff promote children's independence very well.

Children are encouraged to persevere and do things for themselves. They take care of their own self-care needs and show a willingness to have a go at things that challenge them. Leaders have addressed the issues raised at the last inspection.

They ensure committee members are suitable for their role. Leaders effectively support and monitor the practice of staff. They have attended training, visited other settings and shared good practice to make improvements to the playgroup.

Parent partnerships are strong. Parents are complimentary about the care and learning their children receive. They co...mment that children are well prepared for school and feel well informed about their children's progress.

Children behave very well. Staff are good role models for children. They praise children's positive behaviour, boost their self-esteem and promote good social skills.

Staff know children well and complete detailed observations and accurate assessments of children's learning that help them to plan for their individual needs and interests. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff miss some opportunities to encourage children to participate in a range of activities which is enjoyed by both boys and girls. Staff do not provide the same level of opportunities outdoors as indoors to support those children who prefer to play and learn outside.

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