Krakatoa Preschool

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About Krakatoa Preschool

Name Krakatoa Preschool
Ofsted Inspections
Address Jubilee Hall, High Street, Lewknor, Watlington, Oxfordshire, OX49 5TL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oxfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff develop highly positive relationships with children and their parents, and they welcome everyone warmly to the pre-school. Children settle quickly, behave well and make good friendships. Leaders, managers and staff follow clear safeguarding procedures to help keep children safe.

Staff supervise children closely and teach them how to keep themselves safe. Children have good opportunities to develop positive attitudes to healthy lifestyles. Leaders and managers support staff to use assessment procedures effectively to identify the capabilities of individual children and plan for their learning needs successfully.

Children engage well in activit...ies and make good progress in preparation for their next stages of development. Staff teach children a wide range of skills to prepare them well for school. Children listen carefully, they respond well to staff and play cooperatively.

Leaders, managers and staff work well together to achieve good practice consistently and to make improvements that benefit children's care and learning. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff sometimes restrict children's creativity and thinking rather than encourage them to consider different ways of responding to questions and ideas. Leaders and managers do not make the best use of opportunities to compare the progress of different groups of children, to identify any less-obvious gaps in practice.