Jigsaw @ Brockholes Wood

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About Jigsaw @ Brockholes Wood


Name Jigsaw @ Brockholes Wood
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Brockholes Wood School, Brant Road, PRESTON, PR1 5TU
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The quality of self-evaluation is very good.

The manager gathers the views of others, and engages with the local authority and other settings for support. Clear targets for continual improvement help staff to share the management team's clear vision for excellence. There are excellent and mutually supportive partnerships between the host school and the setting.

This significantly contributes to the consistently good service that children and their families receive. Staff know children extremely well and build strong, trusting relationships with them. Babies are highly responsive to nurturing staff who know how to keep them settled.

Childre...n behave well. Staff frequently praise children for their efforts and achievements, and encourage good turn taking and cooperation. Children in pre-school are particularly well prepared for school.

They benefit from a large and varied learning environment, and mix with children in the host school's reception class. Staff are highly focused on engaging with parents in a variety of ways. This helps parents to guide children's learning and development at home.

Children make good progress. It is not yet outstanding because: Monitoring of staff performance is not yet thorough enough to ensure that the quality of teaching is driven to an outstanding level. Leaders are not yet rigorous in reviewing and analysing any changes made.