Discovery Day Nursery

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About Discovery Day Nursery

Name Discovery Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 1 Grosvenor Road, WORTHING, West Sussex, BN11 1QF
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The manager creates a very positive atmosphere where staff, parents and children feel valued and supported. She works successfully with her well-qualified and enthusiastic staff team to evaluate the provision.

Together, they make continual improvements to maintain children's good developmental outcomes. • There are strong partnerships in place with professionals to help meet the needs of the children. The manager and staff work closely with local speech therapists to share expertise and support children with language delay.

All children, including those who have special educational needs, make good progress from their starting points. • The manage...r monitors children's progress closely and quickly spots any gaps in the learning of different groups, such as with boys and girls. She makes effective changes to help all children progress well.

• Staff are calm and positive, and create a nurturing environment where children feel very happy, safe and settled. Children form trusting bonds with staff and each other, and develop strong social skills. • Partnerships with parents are strong.

Staff keep parents up to date with their children's development and next steps in learning and parents greatly appreciate the support they receive. It is not yet outstanding because: • The manager has recently improved the way she monitors and supports staff performance, but this is not fully embedded to help raise practice to the highest level. • Occasionally, staff ask questions in a way that does not fully encourage children to think of their own ideas and solve problems.

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