Early Learning Daycare Ltd

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About Early Learning Daycare Ltd

Name Early Learning Daycare Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address Ramsbottom Nursery, 1 Factory Street, BURY, Lancashire, BL0 9BT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bury
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Managers and leaders are ambitious for the success of the nursery and have made vast changes to their practice and provision since the last inspection. Their significantly enhanced knowledge of safeguarding procedures and culture of vigilance across the staff team help to ensure that children's welfare is actively promoted. • The well-qualified staff plan 'in the moment' experiences that, largely, expand on what children know and enjoy.

Exciting opportunities, such as visits to the local train station, quickly build on children's love for toy trains and aid their understanding of how vehicles move in real life. Children make consistently good progress. • ...Staff actively promote children's good health.

They teach children about the importance of eating healthy foods and the impact this has on their bodies. Children keenly share their good knowledge of 'super foods', such as milk and yogurt, and readily express that 'they help to strengthen their bones' and 'help them to grow'. • Transition on to school is seamless and well supported.

Extra-curricular activities, such as weekly swimming lessons and physical education sessions, help children to adopt advanced self-care skills ahead of their move on to school. • Partnerships with parents are superb. Staff keep parents informed of their children's learning and progress.

They share key information with parents about the expectations for school to help to assist them in guiding their children's learning at home. • Managers and leaders do not monitor the progress of groups of children rigorously enough to target support most accurately and help all children to make the highest rates of progress. • At times, staff miss opportunities to further expand babies' vocabulary, and occasionally the words that staff model are not entirely accurate.

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