|Name||Katie’s Kinder Care|
|Ofsted Inspection Rating||Outstanding|
|Inspection Date||25 April 2016|
|Address||Springfield Farm, 15 Moorside, Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, BD19 6JH|
|Type||Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care|
|Catchment Area Information Available||No, we only have catchment area data for schools in England|
Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is outstanding Leaders have an exceptional drive to continually develop their practice. Findings from rigorous evaluation of staff’s practice feed into highly focused professional development. Leaders are committed to improving early years practice across the sector and share their outstanding practice with other providers. Partnerships with parents and other carers are superb. They are fully involved in children’s learning at all levels. Parents receive a wealth of the information that helps them to continue their children’s learning at home. Assessment of children’s progress is very closely monitored and is precise and accurate. The nursery’s early years teacher has an exemplary understanding of how children learn and develop. She supports staff to develop educational programmes that are meticulously planned to meet children’s individual needs and interests. Children flourish in this highly inspiring environment. They are nurtured and encouraged to discover and investigate. Child-initiated learning is supported by first-class teaching that promotes critical thinking, problem solving and perseverance. All children are making very rapid progress and most are exceeding expected levels of development for their age. Staff fully promote children’s understanding that they are unique individuals. They provide an exceptional range of resources and activities that reflects and values the diversity of children’s home lives and experiences. They help children gain an understanding of people, their community and the wider world. The strong skills of all key persons help to ensure children are emotionally very well prepared for the next stages in their learning. Transitions are planned exceptionally well, both within the setting and when children move on to other settings, including school.