Cuddles and Care Day Nursery

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About Cuddles and Care Day Nursery

Name Cuddles and Care Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 177 Leigh Road, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 9DW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The leadership team continues to raise the quality of the provision through accurate self-evaluation and targeted improvements. It has made significant improvements to the outdoor play areas. Children enjoy developing their physical strength and coordination.

They experiment imaginatively with many different materials, including sand, water, mud and musical instruments. • Staff work very effectively with parents to provide children with high levels of consistency in care. Parents commend the managers for the depth of their emotional support and practical help during times of change.

Children settle into the nursery very quickly and develop secure..., trusting relationships with key staff. They are curious to explore and confident to develop new friendships. • Children are well prepared for their move from the baby rooms to the pre-school rooms.

They are confident to mix with other staff and the older children. • Staff accurately identify the next steps in children's learning, such as developing their vocabulary. However, they do not target them precisely or consistently enough to help babies and toddlers make the best possible progress.

For example, toddlers are excited by wonderfully challenging activity walls and mobiles, but they have limited understanding of action words such as 'slide', 'open', 'turn', 'catch' or 'blow'. • Staff challenge children effectively through large-scale activities indoors, such as using cardboard blocks to make castles. However, they often do not build on their success to target weaker skills, such as boys' use of small tools and girls' interest in solving technical problems.

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