Giggles Day Nursery (Skelmersdale) Ltd

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Giggles Day Nursery (Skelmersdale) Ltd


Name Giggles Day Nursery (Skelmersdale) Ltd
Ofsted Inspection Rating Good
Address 1 Inskip, SKELMERSDALE, WN8 6JT
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Catchment Area Indicator Available No
Last Distance Offered Available No
Highlights from Latest Full Inspection (15 February 2017)
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Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The owner/manager demonstrates a commitment to continually improving the service she provides for children. Her vision is shared effectively with the staff. The nursery is well organised and provides a firm foundation of high-quality care and learning for the children. The key-person system is effective. Children and parents are warmly welcomed and good relationships have been established. Staff are gentle and affectionate with the children. The care provided is responsive to the needs, routines and feelings of the children. This helps them to feel safe and secure and promotes their physical and emotional well-being. Staff have developed good relationships with parents and external agencies to help them support children with unique health and learning needs. The well-planned environment provides the children with plenty of things to capture their curiosity, indoors and outside. Children delight in exploring a large selection of cardboard boxes. They create fairy towers and dragons and pretend to be delivery drivers and postal workers. It is not yet outstanding because: The recently revised arrangements for staff supervision and development do not yet fully focus specifically on what staff need to do to improve their quality of teaching. While there are some resources to represent the nationalities and ethnicity of the families of the children who attend. Staff have not explored fully how they can build on the ways they support children to extend their understanding of diversity.