Holbrook Community Pre-school

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About Holbrook Community Pre-school

Name Holbrook Community Pre-school
Ofsted Inspections
Address North Heath Hall, St. Marks Lane, HORSHAM, West Sussex, RH12 5PU
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • Staff know all children exceptionally well. They constantly motivate them to take part in highly interesting and engaging activities which successfully promote all areas of learning and development to a high standard.

• All staff have an impressive knowledge of the curriculum and understand how children learn. They extend and challenge children's learning seamlessly, which helps support their excellent progress. • Managers and staff have strong relationships with parents.

They work hard to involve them in their children's learning and provide excellent support to the entire family, which helps look after children's emotional needs and well...-being. Parents speak highly of all staff and comment on their endless commitment and dedication towards their role as practitioners. • Managers have developed excellent self-evaluation processes which enable them to assess every aspect of the provision and continuously develop the outstanding service they provide.

They routinely seek out and act upon feedback from staff, parents and children to ensure they are constantly providing the highest standards of care and early education. • Children demonstrate impressive problem-solving skills and perseverance during play. For example, they worked as part of a team to build a balancing beam and discussed how to piece the blocks together and which direction they should go in.

• Partnerships with other settings children attend, local schools and external agencies are excellent. Staff work collaboratively with other professionals which enables them to provide excellent support to all children but in particular to those who need it the most. • Staff are excellent role models.

They treat children with the utmost respect and value their individuality. Children's behaviour is exemplary. They are kind, considerate and strong role models for younger children.