Gingerbread Cottage Playgroup

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About Gingerbread Cottage Playgroup

Name Gingerbread Cottage Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address c/o Launde Primary School, New Street, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 4LJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Leicestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Leaders and managers set high standards for their staff. They show that they are ambitious for the future development of the playgroup.

Leaders are keen to build upon the strengths of the setting. They welcome suggestions from parents about how the setting could improve further. • Staff provide excellent support for children's communication and language development.

Staff introduce new and adventurous vocabulary to children and encourage them to express their thoughts and feelings. • Children behave very well. Children recognise the boundaries set by staff.

Staff support children to think about how their behaviour impacts on their friends.... • Children make good progress at the playgroup. They show that they can listen well to staff and their friends.

Children are well prepared for the next stage in their learning. • The staff team has strong partnerships with parents. Staff work hard to establish close bonds with children and their families.

• The playgroup is well resourced. Children enjoy a wealth of exciting activities in the outdoor environment. • Staff promote healthy eating for children.

Children are encouraged to learn about healthy lifestyles. Staff share this information with parents effectively. It is not yet outstanding because: • Some teaching is repetitive for children attending for longer periods of time at the playgroup.

This means that older children are not challenged enough to extend their learning. • Not all staff have a confident working knowledge of wider safeguarding issues. This is with particular reference to how staff would identify that a child or family may be at risk from radicalisation or extremism.

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