First Steps Twerton Children’s centre

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About First Steps Twerton Children’s centre

Name First Steps Twerton Children’s centre
Ofsted Inspections
Address Woodhouse Road, Bath, Avon, BA2 1SY
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority BathandNorthEastSomerset
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Children are well cared for by the friendly and attentive staff.

Staff take the time to get to know the children and spend good-quality time supporting them in their activities. Their close relationships foster children's confidence and well-being. • Children and babies are eager to explore the stimulating environment and motivated to develop their skills.

They have access to a wide range of good-quality resources which provides them with exciting and interesting play opportunities, inside and outdoors. • Staff observe children as they play, tracking their achievements closely. They know children really well.

They follow their interests a...nd focus carefully on their individual learning needs. Children make good progress from their starting points. • The management team works closely with senior staff from the other setting in their group to share ideas and enhance their practice.

They have clear development plans to help them lead ongoing improvements to the quality of the provision. • Staff have effective partnerships with parents. They work hard to support an ongoing two-way flow of information with them.

Staff liaise closely with external agencies and other settings children attend to ensure all children get the support they need. It is not yet outstanding because: • At times, staff in the pre-school room do not adapt adult-led activities well enough to ensure that they fully interest and engage all children in their learning. • The manager and senior staff do not focus sharply on supporting staff as effectively as they could to identify and share good practice and raise the quality of teaching further.

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