Kinderview Childrens Day Nursery Ltd

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About Kinderview Childrens Day Nursery Ltd


Name Kinderview Childrens Day Nursery Ltd
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: St Margarets Catholic Primary School, Glossop Road, Glossop, SK13 6JH
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Derbyshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding The provider and manager demonstrate their absolute commitment to providing children with the highest-quality care and education. They pursue excellence in every aspect of the provision and have extremely high expectations for what staff and children can achieve.

Children make excellent progress in all aspects of their learning and development. Successful partnerships with parents allow staff to meet children's needs very effectively. Staff listen intently to children and parents.

They sincerely respect their contributions and implement suggestions where possible. Teaching is outstanding. Staff are well-qualified and experienced.

Th...ey provide a wealth of experiences that captures children's natural curiosity and imagination. Children make independent decisions from a vast array of stimulating resources inside and outside. Activities are expertly planned to fully complement children's interests and learning styles.

Children's emotional well-being is highly prioritised through an effective key-person approach. Staff work hard to form tremendously strong and valuable partnerships with parents, other professionals and school. This helps to fully support all children to meet their care and welfare needs consistently.