Dodford Farm Daycare Nursery Ltd

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About Dodford Farm Daycare Nursery Ltd

Name Dodford Farm Daycare Nursery Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address Dodford House Farm, Dodford Lane, Christian Malford, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 4DE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Wiltshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager and the staff team have been very proactive to address the weaknesses identified at the last inspection.

They have made significant changes in improving the quality of the provision to benefit children. • The quality of teaching is good. Staff use their observations and accurate assessments alongside children's interests, to plan and provide purposeful and challenging activities, helping children to achieve their individual next steps in learning.

• The manager and staff are welcoming and caring. They form strong relationships with parents and gather a wide range of information about children's interests and achievements from the star...t to inform planning. This helps children to settle well.

Children are happy and show they feel emotionally secure, such as when babies snuggle up to staff for reassurance and comfort. • The manager monitors the curriculum and children's progress to identify and close any gaps. For example, staff liaise with parents and other professionals to ensure those children with speech delays, and other identified needs, receive prompt and targeted support.

This helps children make good progress from their starting points. • Parents speak highly of the manager and staff. They feel involved in their children's learning.

Parents appreciate the support and information they receive to help provide continuity for their children's development at home. • During singing activities, staff in the baby room do not consider all ways to engage babies, to extend their interest, enjoyment and learning. • Although children benefit from regular fresh air, the outdoor learning environment does not consistently promote all children's learning as well as possible.

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