Creative Learning

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About Creative Learning


Name Creative Learning
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Creative Learning Childcare & Training, Ellen Royd, Westgate, ELLAND, West Yorkshire, HX5 0BB
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Calderdale
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • Highly qualified leaders and managers, including the nursery owner, are forward thinking and inspirational.

They have an uncompromising drive for improvement and limitless skills and knowledge, which are continually evolving. They passionately impart their skills and knowledge to staff, who have a wealth of expertise and experience which is continually built on. Teaching is captivating and first class.

• Children take part in an exceptionally challenging, extensive and awe-inspiring curriculum. They learn through fascinating first-hand experiences and highly stimulating and accessible learning environments. Consequently, children gain a re...markable wealth of knowledge and make rapid progress.

They develop an outstanding level of autonomy and remarkable skills in readiness for school. • Children have great opportunities to learn to manage risk. For example, older children learn how to use real tools safely in their amazing woodwork and joinery workshop.

They carve wood and make soup in an Indian cooking pot as part of their exemplary Forest School activities. • Older children engage in exciting projects that help them to learn to care for the environment. For example, they learn about recycling and upcycling by using unique materials to design clothing.

This is displayed on a life-sized mannequin. Children play in the recycling centre role-play area and work with artists to create box art. This is subsequently displayed at a local exhibition.

• Staff support children's physical well-being and understanding of healthy lifestyles magnificently. As part of this, children have an excellent diet and are able to exercise extensively. For example, they take part in yoga, access rope ladders and a climbing wall and tentatively balance on slates placed on bricks, planks, tree trunks and logs.

• Staff work in excellent consultation with parents and ensure high-quality information sharing to meet children's ongoing care and learning needs. Staff are outstanding role models who instil essential social skills and a respect for difference. Children show impeccable behaviour and develop first-rate relationships with staff and each other.