Little Acorns Pre-School

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About Little Acorns Pre-School


Name Little Acorns Pre-School
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Village Hall, Westmore Green, Tatsfield, Westerham, Kent, TN16 2AG
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children are very sociable, confident and independent learners. They learn to feel safe and secure, and make close attachments with staff. Staff provide a consistent approach, for example they support families with siblings and develop close links within the community and with other settings.

• Staff support children's communication and language skills well. Staff use gestures, expressions and eye contact to help children to understand. Children receive plenty of time to absorb information to think for themselves.

They respond in their own time. This helps them to be critical thinkers. • Children show good levels of focus and concentration.
<...br/>Staff support this well through effective engagement and interaction. They know when to stand back and allow children to explore and lead their own play. • Partnerships with parents are very positive.

Parents feel part of their children's learning and staff encourage them to play an important role in their ongoing progress and welfare. • Children learn to keep themselves safe. Staff provide clear explanations and routine discussions to help children to assess their play environment and keep floor space clear to prevent accidents.

Staff complete daily checks to assess any changes in children's play environment. • Sometimes, staff do not use their observations of how children learn best in order to provide additional resources, experiences and challenges to further support the next steps in their development. • On some occasions, planned activities are not purposeful enough to strengthen individual children's stages of learning and further promote different areas of learning through one experience.