Katies Kids Nursery

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About Katies Kids Nursery

Name Katies Kids Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Unit 2 Hartley Business Centre, Monkmoor Road, Shrewsbury, SY2 5ST
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Shropshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The ambitious leadership team works hard to promote development across the nursery.

Their self-evaluation is accurate. They are aware of how to raise the quality of practice further. Managers include the views of others in their evaluation, including children who have shared their own ideas of what resources they would like in the garden.

• Staff quickly identify individual children who are not making the expected progress and seek additional support to help close gaps. Parents comment how pleased they are with how staff support their children's additional learning needs. • There are good opportunities for children to learn about different people,... the world and communities.

Staff take children on regular outings, such as to meet elderly residents, visit farms and see how people lived in the past. • Teaching is strong, and children learn the skills they need for the next stage in their learning, including school. • The key-person system is effective at helping children to settle in whey they start.

The care staff give to babies is attentive to their care needs. It is not yet outstanding because: • Staff do not make effective use of the new ongoing assessment system to identify next steps that challenge children to make the best possible progress in their learning. • Staff are still developing opportunities for parents to contribute to their children's assessments.

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