Fundamentals Childcare Limited

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About Fundamentals Childcare Limited

Name Fundamentals Childcare Limited
Ofsted Inspections
Address Keble Road, Bicester, OX26 4TP
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oxfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children are very happy in this nursery. They enjoy stimulating activities and are particularly motivated by the interesting outdoor play opportunities.

• The management team reflects on the nursery's provision and practice, to constantly improve outcomes for children. Managers have a clear vision for the development of the nursery and value children's and parents' views, to help identify a specific action plan for further improvement. • Children have close relationships with their key person and all members of the small staff team.

They behave well, play cooperatively, take turns and show respect for each other and for adults. • Staff place a priority on ensuring children are safe. For example, staff check that children's play environments are free from hazards.

• Staff are very aware of the children's individual needs, including those learning to speak English as an additional language. For instance, they greet children in their home language, use visual aids and make good use of sign language to further support their communication skills effectively. • Parents speak highly of the nursery and the staff.

They state that their children develop social skills and receive good care and education that prepare them well for starting school. • Staff do not consistently give children sufficient time to think through their responses to questions or provide challenges for the most able children's learning. • Occasionally, staff do not give enough consideration to how all children can be fully involved when taking part in planned activities together.

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