Cressington Manor

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Name Cressington Manor
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Cressington Manor Childcare, 521 Aigburth Road, LIVERPOOL, L19 9DN
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Liverpool
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding The dedicated and well-qualified management team are deeply committed to providing children and their families with the very best early years provision. Since the last inspection rigorous and detailed self-evaluation and monitoring have been used to drive further changes and achieve an exceptionally high standard of provision. Staff have a deep understanding of the early years foundation stage and know how best to promote children's learning and development.

They skilfully observe children as they play and make precise and accurate assessments of their progress. Staff quickly identify any gaps in children's learning and swiftly provide them with the ...support they need to make excellent progress from the start. Staff provide an exciting range of highly stimulating activities which are superbly matched to children's abilities.

This contributes significantly to children's exceptionally high levels of engagement, interest and infectious enthusiasm for learning. Children develop extremely close relationships with their nurturing key person. Staff talk to children calmly and respectfully.

They are always on hand to offer praise and encouragement. This markedly builds children's confidence and exceedingly high levels of self-esteem. Excellent partnerships with parents and a wide range of other professionals help to ensure children's individual needs are recognised quickly and are exceptionally well met.