Flockton Playgroup

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About Flockton Playgroup

Name Flockton Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Porta Cabin, c/o Flockton First School, Barnsley Road, Flockton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kirklees
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is outstanding • The well-qualified manager provides passionate and sharply focused leadership.

She and her staff are ambitious and strive to achieve the highest quality in all aspects of their work. There is a relentless drive for further improvement. • Staff create a warm and very welcoming environment.

They successfully encourage children to settle securely into routines and make the most of all the pre-school offers. Children develop very positive levels of self-confidence and awareness. • Staff plan highly imaginative and engaging activities to promote all aspects of children's development They match work very closely to the needs of each child.
...r/>Resources are bright, colourful and enticing. • Children behave very well and learn to be considerate towards others. They learn to think carefully and follow instructions precisely.

Staff are excellent role models. • Staff make very good use of any additional funding to help all groups of children achieve their full potential. Staff have very high expectations for children's independence in their learning.

Consequently, children make excellent progress and are very well prepared for starting school. • The pre-school plays a central role in the life of the local community. Children participate in productions at the local school, are involved in events at the church and in many charitable activities.

Staff make excellent use of the surrounding woodlands and meadows to bring children's learning to life. • Parents hold the staff in high regard. They are fully involved in the life of the pre-school and welcome the strong support they receive to help learning at home.

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