Kids Planet Salford

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About Kids Planet Salford

Name Kids Planet Salford
Ofsted Inspections
Address 36-38 Eccles Old Road, Salford, M6 8RA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Salford
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The care for babies is exceptional. Staff are acutely aware of babies' individual needs and go above and beyond to ensure these needs are met.

Staff recognise the importance of providing regular cuddles and soothing words. As a result, babies thrive and are highly content in their nurturing environment. • The manager is highly enthusiastic and dedicated to maintaining the outstanding quality of care and learning for children.

There is a keen focus on support for staff to enhance their skills and knowledge. They use peer-to-peer coaching to share strong practice and a targeted training programme. Staff have received a wide range of training.

For instance, all staff have received training to support children's communication and language. As a result, highly successful focus groups are helping children with speech delays to quickly gain confidence and develop language skills. • There is exceptional commitment and support in place to meet children's needs, particularly for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).

Staff work closely and consistently with a wide range of professionals and local schools to support children's individual care and learning to help them to make the best start in life. • Self-evaluation is sharply focused and evaluative. The views of staff, children, parents and other professionals are carefully considered when making changes.

The manager takes account of parents' feedback. For example, they incorporate comments from a 'you said, we did' board. As a result, there has been further enhancements to the wide level of information shared with parents.

Information leaflets are translated for parents who speak another language. They also utilise translators, when required, to promote an excellent two-way flow of communication with parents. • Staff use innovative ways of engaging parents in the vibrant life of the nursery and their child's learning.

For example, parents are invited to share their child's achievements on the 'Proud Moment Tree'. Staff skilfully use these comments to focus the curriculum sharply on children's current stages of development. Furthermore, staff share resource packs for parents to support children's learning at home.

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