Combe Pre-School

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About Combe Pre-School

Name Combe Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Methodist School Room, Park Road, Combe, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX29 8NA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oxfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The manager and staff know the children very well. They provide a well-resourced environment with a good range of age-appropriate resources that children are keen to explore. All children make good progress from their initial starting points.

The manager and staff are good role models for children. They teach children to use good manners and to treat one another with respect. Children behave well.

They know to listen to each other's views and to be kind to their friends. Partnerships with parents are good. Staff work closely with parents and give advice to help them support their children's development at home.

Parents comment that staff very friendly and that children look forward to attending the setting. The manager has addressed the recommendations raised at the last inspection. The manager and staff evaluate and reflect on their practice and have a positive drive to continue to improve outcomes for children.

For example, staff work in close partnerships with outside agencies to meet the needs of individual children effectively. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff sometimes miss opportunities for children to learn to link sounds to letters, to develop their early reading and writing skills. The manager does not make the best use of information gained from assessments of individual children to monitor the progress of groups of children and precisely target teaching to extend children's learning even further.