Daisy Maisies

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About Daisy Maisies

Name Daisy Maisies
Ofsted Inspections
Address 25-27 Appleton Village, WIDNES, Cheshire, WA8 6EL
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Halton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding Leaders and staff are extremely passionate and ambitious. They have high expectations of what children can achieve.

They consistently seek and act on feedback from parents, staff, children and other professionals to help them continually improve their practice. The provider has implemented rigorous monitoring systems to ensure that all children make excellent progress from their starting points. Staff support children who require additional help or early intervention very effectively.

Partnership working is embedded exceptionally well in practice. Parents are encouraged to share detailed information about what their child can do at every sta...ge of their learning. Staff encourage parents to speak with agencies and professionals, to increase their understanding of how to support children's development at home.

Staff meticulously plan a range of exceptionally stimulating learning experiences that successfully engages and motivates children to learn. Children behave extremely well. They willingly follow instructions from staff.

Older children discuss and follow their 'golden rules', such as sitting with their legs crossed and their hands on their knees, ready to hear a story. Children receive highly effective support to help prepare them for their next steps in learning. The key-person system is exceedingly effective in helping to promote children's emotional welfare as they move through the nursery and on to school.