Edith Rose Nurseries Ltd Ascot

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About Edith Rose Nurseries Ltd Ascot

Name Edith Rose Nurseries Ltd Ascot
Ofsted Inspections
Address St John’s House, 66 Kennel Ride, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7NW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WindsorandMaidenhead
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnChildren show confidence as they explore the environment and make independent choices in their play. They are happy, settled and develop good friendships.

nPartnerships with parents are good. The manager encourages regular communication and involves parents in all aspects of the children's learning. The manager value parents' contributions and regularly discuss children's development and next steps.

nThe manager regularly monitors children's progress. She uses this information to identify any gaps in their learning. This enables her to work with staff and parents, to agree on the additional support needed, to help children to catch up if necessary.<...br/>
nOlder children gain the skills they need for the future, including school. For example, they learn to dress themselves independently and complete simple tasks.nLeaders regularly seek the views of parents to help develop the provision.

However, self-evaluation does not focus sufficiently on those areas for improvement which will benefit and enhance children's outcomes the most.nSystems to monitor staff do not yet have a strong enough emphasis on incisively evaluating their practice, to help raise the quality to an outstanding level.nOccasionally, staff do not respond to children's emerging interests to help to engage them in more challenging learning experiences.

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