Dunky’s Day Nursery Warrington

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About Dunky’s Day Nursery Warrington

Name Dunky’s Day Nursery Warrington
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Bowling Green, 47 Old Liverpool Road, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 1AF
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Warrington
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The ambitious and deeply committed managers share their vision for the nursery with all staff. Together, with the support of children and parents, they evaluate the quality of the nursery and plan future changes as part of their drive to provide early years experiences of the highest quality. • Staff use the recently implemented planning systems well.

They plan opportunities based on children's interests and their precise assessments of what they need to learn next. Consequently, children are highly engaged and motivated in their experiences. • Staff are positive role models for children and help them to follow the rules and boundaries in the nursery.
They praise children for their achievements. This helps to promote children's confidence and self-esteem. • Staff promote children's emotional security well.

Staff help the children to settle when they are new to the nursery. They spend time with them and their parents, getting to know the family's background and their child's experiences. • Parents speak highly of the support they receive.

They value the information that staff share about their child's progress and welcome their suggestions about how to support their child's learning further at home. • There are occasionally times when some staff do not model the correct pronunciation of the sounds that letters make when talking to older children. • Occasionally, some staff do not give children enough time to think critically and answer questions.

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