Cornfields Day Nursery

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About Cornfields Day Nursery

Name Cornfields Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 20 Bridge Street, Slaithwaite, HUDDERSFIELD, HD7 5JN
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kirklees
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff provide an overall broad range of challenging activities and demonstrate effective and motivating teaching. This contributes to children's good progress and helps them to develop the skills and good behaviour required for successful future learning.

• Staff implement many effective practices that help to promote children's safety and their physical well-being. As part of this, children enjoy hearty, homemade healthy food and have ample access to fresh air and exercise, including through trips to a Forest School. • Children develop secure emotional attachments to staff as a result of the excellent key-person system and settling-in arrangements.
<>As part of this, there is superb information sharing with parents about children's care and learning. • The provider and staff demonstrate a strong commitment to continuous improvement and this is reflected in the good progress they have made since the last inspection. • The special educational needs coordinator is highly qualified and implements meticulous support plans in excellent consultation with other professionals.

This ensures that children with additional needs are fully integrated in to the life of the nursery. • Staff work extremely well together and are good role models. This helps children to develop important social skills, early friendships and a respect for one another.

• Children under three years explore a wide range of interesting media and materials indoors. • Staff do not optimise partnership working with others to support children's transitions and promote a consistent approach to children's care and learning to the highest level. • Staff do not optimise opportunities for the children in the pre-school room to access technology resources, especially where this is identified as a gap in learning.