Footsteps Wilmslow

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About Footsteps Wilmslow

Name Footsteps Wilmslow
Ofsted Inspections
Address Tudor Road, Dean Row, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 2HB
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CheshireEast
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Strong leadership and effective teamwork help to contribute to an efficient, well-organised provision.

Staff complete thorough risk assessments and deploy themselves effectively indoors and outdoors. Children have secure relationships with staff who know them well. They are confident and actively explore the stimulating environment that staff provide.

All children make good progress in their learning and development. Children have opportunities to make their own choices during their play. For instance, staff provide a good balance of activities that they lead or which children choose for themselves.

This helps to encourage children's motiv...ation and interest in their learning. The manager is skilled, experienced and committed to continuous improvement. The impact of this is evident in the improvements that the nursery has made since the last inspection.

For example, children have good opportunities to use free expression as they use creative materials and they enjoy having their work displayed around the nursery. Staff have good relationships with parents. They actively encourage them to be part of their children's learning and to share information from home.

For example, parents are invited to information evenings to view their children's development records. Parents speak positively about the nursery and the support provided by staff. It is not yet outstanding because: On occasions, staff are less successful at helping children to join in during group activities.