Curious Explorers Day Care and Pre-school

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About Curious Explorers Day Care and Pre-school

Name Curious Explorers Day Care and Pre-school
Ofsted Inspections
Address Curious Explorers, 194 Clarence Road, FLEET, Hampshire, GU51 3XP
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 new manager has made significant improvements to the quality of the nursery. Intensive staff development has ensured all children now receive a good level of care and teaching.

Children are engaged and challenged as they play. • Staff are positive role models for children. For example, they demonstrate friendly and caring attitudes and model good manners.

Children settle quickly on arrival to play with the staff and their friends. Staff support children's emotional development effectively and children behave well throughout the nursery. • Parents are fully involved in their children's learning from the outset.

Staff build effective p...artnerships with parents and other professionals involved with the children. This supports high levels of consistency and continuity for children in their care and learning and supports their well-being. • Children with special educational needs and/or disabilities and those in receipt of additional funding are well supported.

Staff seek targeted help and advice from external professionals to help ensure these children receive the optimum support. All children make good progress in their learning from their starting points. • The owner and manager assess the progress that all children and different groups of children make.

Careful consideration is given to planning a challenging and engaging range of activities and experiences to help support children's learning. • At times, monitoring systems for children and staff communication are not always effective, which leads to some confusion about who carries out what tasks. • Sometimes staff do not help children to learn as much as they can.

For instance, staff fasten children's zips rather than encourage children to develop their physical skills. • At times, staff complete tasks for children that they could manage themselves. This does not fully support children's developing independence skills.

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