Ladybird’s Play And Toddler Group

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About Ladybird’s Play And Toddler Group

Name Ladybird’s Play And Toddler Group
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Salvation Army Hall, Impington Lane, CAMBRIDGE, CB24 9LT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Cambridgeshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Since the last inspection, great effort has been made to address the actions and recommendations identified. The current committee has worked extremely hard to implement a clear handover and induction procedure for future committee changes, to ensure that all necessary checks are completed.

The committee and manager have developed a good understanding of how to safely manage recruitment. • Effective systems for performance management are in place and staff are monitored regularly. This effective programme of professional development helps staff to improve their knowledge, understanding and practice.

• The curriculum provides a broad range of inte...resting experiences that help children to make progress towards the early learning goals. As a result, children are well prepared to move on to the next stage in their learning and, where appropriate, to school. • The manager and staff monitor individual and groups of children, including those who have identified needs.

They target appropriate interventions so that children receive support. For instance, support systems are in place to promote children's speech and language, including effective partnerships with other agencies. • Relationships between the committee, manager and staff provide a very good role model for children on how to behave and respect others.

Children play in harmony and behaviour is very good. • Partnerships with parents are secure, and parents appreciate the wide range of learning opportunities planned. However, parents are not currently offered further guidance about how to extend, to the optimum, their children's learning at home.

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