Gayton Nursery

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About Gayton Nursery


Name Gayton Nursery
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 10 Brimstage Road, Heswall, WIRRAL, Merseyside, CH60 1XG
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Wirral
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The passionate management team shares their vision and aspirations for the nursery with staff.

Together, they consider the views of parents and children when planning future changes to the nursery. Detailed and precise targets for future improvements are identified and closely monitored. • Staff observe and accurately assess children's progress.

They use this information to identify any emerging gaps in children's learning and development. Staff take swift action to ensure that children receive the support they need to make good progress. • Staff know the children well.

They gather information about children's changing interests and use ...this to plan a variety of activities that children find enjoyable. For example, a child's fascination with cars is used effectively to develop his counting skills as he counts the wheels on a toy car and talks about the recent journeys he has made. • Children develop close relationships with the nurturing staff.

Staff are always on hand to provide gentle reassurance and praise when it is required. For example, staff encourage babies to try new foods at mealtimes. They delight in celebrating with children when they try something new.

This helps to develop children's confidence and self-esteem. • Parents speak very highly of the care their child receives. Staff regularly provide parents with information on their child's care and learning.

They share information and provide ideas about how parents can further support their child's learning at home. • Occasionally, staff overlook opportunities to challenge children and extend their learning as they play, so that children make the best possible progress. • Staff do not fully maximise the use of the recently developed outdoor area and offer a broad range of learning opportunities to support those children who prefer to learn outside.