Fig Tree Day Nursery

Name Fig Tree Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspection Rating Good
Address 12 - 14 Mowbray Close, Frankley, Birmingham, B45 0ES
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Birmingham
Catchment Area Indicator Available No
Last Distance Offered Available No
Highlights from Latest Full Inspection (23 January 2017)
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Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The provider has worked hard since the last inspection to raise the quality of the nursery to a good standard. The provider ensures performance management is effective. Staff have opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills further. The quality of teaching is good. Staff plan according to children’s individual needs and promote their learning well. Staff make timely assessments of children’s development. They implement effective strategies to close gaps in learning consistently. Children make good progress from their starting points. Staff provide regular feedback about children’s progress to parents. They are encouraged to continue with learning at home to support their children’s development. Children are cared for in a welcoming environment and are happy in the nursery. Children’s independence skills are promoted well as they explore their surroundings. Children learn about differences through planned activities and first-hand experiences. They mix with other children from various backgrounds and cultures. Children have a good understanding of the reasons for eating healthily. They enjoy balanced meals and fresh fruit daily. Children have opportunities to play outside daily and face good levels of challenge as they climb on equipment. Children’s good health is promoted well as they rest or sleep as part of their individual routines. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff do not provide sufficient opportunities for children to lead some aspects of their learning. Parents do not always receive information about planned activities before these are implemented, so that they are aware of what children will do daily in the nursery.