Footprints Child Care Ltd

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About Footprints Child Care Ltd

Name Footprints Child Care Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 10 Brindle Road, Bamber Bridge, PRESTON, PR5 6RQ
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff provide a well-resourced, welcoming environment.

Children have access to an impressive range of toys and experiences, inside and outside, that helps to support their learning and development. Children are curious to explore and are enthusiastic and motivated to learn. • Leadership is strong.

The dedicated management team has a clear vision for further development. The staff are enthusiastic and passionate about their role in providing high-quality care and learning for children. • Partnerships with local schools, agencies and other providers work exceptionally well and make a strong contribution to meeting children's individual needs.
...r/>Appropriate interventions are quickly identified and secured for children when needed. Parents are extremely complimentary about staff and the service they provide. • Staff are good role models.

They speak to children in a calm, consistent and respectful manner. This helps children to understand how to manage their feelings and behaviour, make friends and behave well. Children enjoy close and supportive relationships with their key person.

They demonstrate that they feel settled and secure and, therefore, ready to learn. It is not yet outstanding because: • Staff do not seek enough detailed information from parents when they first start at the setting to help them to plan more precisely from the outset. • Staff do not consistently make the most of opportunities to extend children's learning further.