Kiddy Winks Children And Family Setting

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Kiddy Winks Children And Family Setting


Name Kiddy Winks Children And Family Setting
Ofsted Inspection Rating Outstanding
Inspection Date 31 January 2017
Address Aykroyd House, Hoo Road, KIDDERMINSTER, Worcestershire, DY10 1NB
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Worcestershire
Catchment Area Information Available No
Last Distance Offered Information Available No
Highlights from Latest Inspection:

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding Robust recruitment, staff performance and development procedures ensure the manager and staff are very well qualified and knowledgeable. Their teaching and care are outstanding. The manager and staff conscientiously promote children’s safety and well-beingThey skilfully plan and organise rich, varied and enjoyable activities that challenge children and help them to achieve at the highest level. Exemplary relationships with parents and carers ensure children’s needs are understood and met. Their views about their children’s care, abilities and interests are valued and conscientiously followed up. Parents and carers really appreciate how the manager and staff ensure children settle quickly, thoroughly enjoy themselves and are supported to make the best possible progress. Staff expertly plan for children’s interests and next steps for learning. They skilfully adapt their teaching to cater for children’s different abilities and ways of learning. During adult-led activities staff successfully develop children’s skills and understanding while exciting, free-choice activities stimulate children’s imagination and discoveries. Children relish opportunities to choose from a wealth of stimulating books, toys and equipment. Staff carefully select resources that make topics and concepts meaningful to young children. For instance, children in pre-school are captivated by imitation snow and realistic figures of people, animal and birds that live in cold climates. Children are happy, extremely confident and form secure attachments with the manager and staff. They calmly reassure children who soon become familiar with their surroundings and routines. Children also feel valued, want to do well and try hard as staff encourage their ideas, praise their efforts and celebrate their successes.