Little Achievers Forest School Nursery

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About Little Achievers Forest School Nursery

Name Little Achievers Forest School Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Ramsgreave Hall Farm, Higher Ramsgreave Road, Ramsgreave, Blackburn, BB1 9DQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff regularly observe children and make accurate assessments of their progress. They use this information to promptly seek early support if needed.

All children are making good progress from their starting points. Staff provide well-resourced learning environments inside and outdoors that stimulate children's interest, curiosity and excitement. Children are given plenty of opportunities to make choices and be independent.

Children receive a very warm welcome and arrive with excitement and enthusiasm. They explore the environment with confidence and show a strong sense of belonging. The enthusiastic manager and staff have worked tirelessly to impr...ove practice.

They have addressed actions raised at the previous inspection. They seek the views of parents and children and make meaningful changes that drive further improvements. Children are supported to lead healthy lifestyles.

They access the outdoors daily, receive healthy, nutritious meals and snacks and enjoy activities such as swimming and dance. It is not yet outstanding because: Recent staff changes have led to minor inconsistencies in information sharing, in particular at times of transition. Staff do not consistently consider the unique and different ways in which some children learn and use this information to plan even more highly stimulating activities that help children to make the best possible progress.

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