Lea Pre-School & Kids Club

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About Lea Pre-School & Kids Club


Name Lea Pre-School & Kids Club
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Frances Olive Anderson C of E School, The Grove, Lea, GAINSBOROUGH, Lincolnshire, DN21 5EP
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lincolnshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff provide opportunities for children to develop their mathematical skills. For example, when children count to 20, staff encourage and support them to count to 25. Children develop a good understanding of numbers.

• The managers and staff monitor children's learning. This enables them to identify where children require additional support and minimise any gaps in learning. • The manager gathers feedback from staff, parents and children when she evaluates the provision.

This has supported her to make positive changes. For example, providing children with more opportunities to develop their personal and social skills. Staff take children for vis...its to a care home.

Children speak with older people and learn how to adapt their behaviour for different social situations. • Children learn how they can keep themselves safe. For example, when staff take them for walks in the street, they talk to children about road safety.

Staff provide children with fluorescent jackets to wear so they can easily be seen. This helps to keep children safe. • Staff help children to feel emotionally secure when they first start.

For example, they offer taster sessions that help children to become familiar with the environment and staff. • Occasionally, staff do not make the most of opportunities that arise during activities to extend and challenge children's thinking skills. • Professional development is not highly focused on raising the quality of teaching throughout the nursery to the highest level.