Greasby Pre-School Playgroup

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About Greasby Pre-School Playgroup

Name Greasby Pre-School Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address Methodist Church Hall, Pickerill Road, GREASBY, Wirral, CH49 3ND
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Wirral
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager and staff are committed and hard-working.

The manager has a clear vision for the pre-school and works hard with her staff. She fully understands the strengths and weaknesses of the pre-school, in order to continuously improve outcomes for children. • Partnerships with parents are excellent.

Staff keep parents updated about their child's learning and development. Parents report that they are extremely happy with the care that their children receive. • Staff make regular observations and accurate assessments of children's development.

They plan an exciting range of activities which captures children's interests and support thei...r next steps in learning. • Routines are very well established in the pre-school. Children respond extremely well to the regular and familiar patterns to their day.

This structure that staff creates helps children to behave exceptionally well. They understand the clear boundaries and expectations that staff have of them. • The pre-school is clean, bright and welcoming.

A wide range of resources, toys and equipment is available for children to explore. • Staff have not developed the outdoor area so children can develop a wider range of skills as they play, explore and continue their learning outside. • The arrangements for the supervision and support of staff are not fully embedded, to clearly identify how staff can raise the quality of their practice to the highest level.

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