Karebears Childcare

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About Karebears Childcare

Name Karebears Childcare
Ofsted Inspections
Address Ryesland Way, Creech St. Michael, TAUNTON, Somerset, TA3 5TA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Somerset
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Managers and staff work very well together.

They have made significant improvements since the last inspection and have successfully addressed the actions. For example, substantial changes have been made to the nursery inside and out. As a result, children are now cared for in a well-resourced and stimulating environment.

• Staff are well qualified and experienced, they know children very well and talk knowledgeably about their key children. They rapidly identify when there are gaps in children's learning and provide extra support to help them. All children make good progress in their learning.

• Children form strong attachments with cari...ng staff, who promote their emotional wellbeing effectively. Staff consistently praise children's efforts. Children's behaviour is exemplary.

• Children benefit from daily outdoor play in the exciting garden areas. The excellent range of resources and planned activities promote children's physical and social skills very well. • Partnerships with parents are strong.

Staff regularly share detailed information about children's learning and daily care routines with parents. This helps to provide a consistent approach to meet children's developmental needs. Parents are highly complimentary about the nursery.

• Managers have made considerable improvements to their monitoring of staff performance. However, they are not sufficiently embedded, to help staff identify how they can raise the quality of their teaching to the highest level possible. • Staff do not consistently support older boys to engage in activities to promote their early literacy skills, such as linking sounds to letters, naming and sounding the letters of the alphabet and learning how to write letter shapes.

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