Hillside Day Nursery

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About Hillside Day Nursery

Name Hillside Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Hillside Day Nursery, Potterswood, Britannia Road, Kingswood, BRISTOL, BS15 8DB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority SouthGloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff plan a highly stimulating range of outdoor opportunities for children in the extremely well-resourced and attractive garden.

This motivates all children in their play and learning outdoors, especially those children who prefer to learn outdoors. • Strong partnerships with parents help to promote learning between the nursery and home. There is a strong focus on involving parents in children's learning.

These practices further enhance children's progress. • Staff provide an excellent environment with a wide range of high-quality toys and equipment to engage children in effective play-based learning. • The leadership team offers good guidance ...to staff.

Staff have good opportunities to enhance their professional development, for example through regular training and coaching from leaders. This helps to raise continually the quality of teaching and encourages staff to reflect on their practice well. • Self-evaluation is effective.

Leaders and staff continually identify, and address, areas for improvement. Leaders are ambitious and have clear plans for future improvements. • Staff teach children about safety extremely well, for example how to stay safe in the sun and around insects that can sting.

This helps children learn what to do to keep themselves safe. • Staff know children well and complete good observations and accurate assessments of children's learning that help them to plan for children's individual needs and interests. • Staff do not always reshape their teaching techniques, during group activities and at shared playtimes, to engage toddlers fully.

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