Hazeltots Pre-School

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About Hazeltots Pre-School

Name Hazeltots Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Bellfields Youth Centre, Hazel Avenue, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 1NS
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager provides good leadership and is keen to continually improve the provision.

She reflects on the views of children and parents in planning future developments and works closely with the experienced staff team to raise outcomes for children. • Staff support children's communication and language skills well. For example, they follow children's interests and engage them in meaningful conversations.

• Staff provide a warm welcome and greet each child with enthusiasm. Children arrive at the pre-school happy and are eager to engage in play with their friends. • Staff listen to children and take time to explain what is expected of them.
...r/>They give children lots of praise for their achievements, helping to raise their confidence and emotional well-being. Children behave well and show kindness and consideration to others. • Children form strong attachments to staff, who are caring and attentive to their needs.

This helps children to develop good levels of self-esteem. • Staff work closely with other professionals involved in the children's care and learning. The good links with other settings children attend and local schools help to build on the collaborative approach to support children's individual needs.

• Although staff receive feedback on their performance and have opportunities to attend training, the manager does not monitor staff precisely enough to identify where further support is needed to raise the quality of teaching to the highest level. • At times, staff do not consistently support older, more able children to be fully motivated and highly challenged within their play and learning. • Staff do not use all opportunities to encourage all parents to share ongoing information on their child's current abilities and achievements at home, to help maximise children's learning.

information about their child's ongoing achievements at home, to maximise children's

learning. Inspection activities • The inspector took into account the views of parents spoken to on the day. • The inspector observed the quality of teaching and the impact on children's learning.

• The inspector conducted a joint observation with the manager. • The inspector held discussions with the manager, children and staff at appropriate times during the inspection. • The inspector looked at various documents, including policies and procedures, risk assessments, staff training records, records for children and evidence of the suitability of staff.

Inspector Jane Franks

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