Little 1 Nursery Ltd

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About Little 1 Nursery Ltd

Name Little 1 Nursery Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address 49 Valley Road, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, SO53 1GS
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnThe leadership and management team commits to providing high-quality care and learning experiences for children. It evaluates the quality of the nursery, which helps them identify areas to improve on.

nThe kind and caring staff prioritise children's welfare and emotional security. Staff develop positive relationships with children. This helps children to feel safe, secure and ready to learn.

Children are extremely confident and happy as they arrive and keen to take part in activities.nStaff are positive role models. Children behave extremely well, learn to be polite and show respect and consideration for others and the world around them.

Fo...r example, children develop strategies to resolve disagreements and solve problems highly successfully for themselves. Children learn the responsibilities of caring for living creatures, for instance, as they feed the nursery's pet giant land snail. nStaff make accurate assessments of children's learning and use this information to build effectively on what children know and can do.

For instance, staff created a shop for the pre-school children where they use coins. This challenges children to use their already good levels of mathematical skills in a practical and fun way.nStaff provide a very wide range of interesting activities in a very stimulating environment.

These engage children well and contribute to their good progress. For example, growing vegetables supports children's understanding of the world around them as they cook and eat the potatoes they grow. nManagers regularly monitor staff practice, for example, through observing their interactions with children.

However, this does not always identify precise areas for development to help raise the quality of all staff's teaching to the highest level.nPartnerships with parents and other settings children attend are effective. Parents speak highly of staff and the support they provide to them and the children.

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