Edith Rose Nurseries Ltd Windsor

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About Edith Rose Nurseries Ltd Windsor

Name Edith Rose Nurseries Ltd Windsor
Ofsted Inspections
Address Edith Rose Day Nursery, St. Stephens Hall, Oxford Road, WINDSOR, Berkshire, SL4 5DX
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 develop good bonds with the staff, who support their emotional well-being effectively. Staff are kind, caring and attentive to children's care needs. nStaff are good role models of acceptable behaviour and provide clear, consistent expectations of children's conduct.

Children learn to share, take turns and respect each other's feelings. They play cooperatively together and behave well.nPartnerships with parents are strong.

Staff keep parents fully up to date with their children's development. They provide regular summaries of children's overall progress and give parents helpful ideas on how they can support learning further at home.nStaff p...rovide good opportunities to support children to develop their early writing skills.

For example, they promote independent early mark-making opportunities and encourage children to record their thoughts and ideas during play.nOlder children gain the skills they need for the future, including school. For example, they show confidence in speaking and listening, such as when they share their experiences with their friends and talk about people who are familiar to them.

nThe manager does not ensure that staff are always organised effectively throughout the session. Subsequently, children are not consistently supported and challenged to help them to progress to the highest possible level.nThe arrangements for the performance management and support of staff are not strong enough, to clearly identify how staff members can raise the quality of their teaching practice to the highest level.

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