Fairfield Day Nursery Limited

Name Fairfield Day Nursery Limited
Ofsted Inspection Rating Outstanding
Inspection Date 01 November 2016
Address The Fairfield Centre, Carnforth Drive, WORCESTER, WR4 9HG
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Catchment Area Information Available No
Last Distance Offered Information Available No

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding The provider, the senior managers and staff are extremely passionate about their work with children and families. They thoroughly monitor and evaluate all aspects of the nursery’s provision, taking account of parents’ and children’s views. Their astute planning for improvement and use of additional funding ensure children and families consistently access an exceptional, all-inclusive service. Staff are highly qualified, extremely knowledgeable and teaching is outstanding due to thorough staff recruitment, performance and training procedures. Senior staff gain management qualifications. Excellent use is made of staff’s specialist knowledge and expertise in safeguarding, special educational needs and disabilities, behaviour management, data analysis and health and safety. Excellent relationships with parents ensure children’s interests, abilities and needs are understood and expertly met. Parents highlight how well their children settle and develop. They feel fully informed about their children’s routines, activities and progress and welcome staff’s innovative ideas for activities to follow up at home. Senior managers’ and staff’s comprehensive checking of children’s progress and astute analysis and innovative use of data enable them to precisely plan for their needs. They also promptly identify and tackle children’s underachievement, any variations in their rates of progress and any gaps in the educational programme. Children settle quickly and thoroughly enjoy being at the nursery. They feel valued and secure as kind, attentive staff help them to make choices, discuss what they like doing and safely express their feelings. Children develop a sense of pride and achievement and want to do well because staff skilfully praise and reward their efforts and work.