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The provision is outstanding • The manager and deputy make an exceptional leadership team.
They are committed, passionate and entirely invested in raising outcomes for children, a vision they share with the equally dedicated staff team. Managers and staff continually go above and beyond to meet the needs of the children and families who attend the setting. • Staff are highly valued and receive superb support and guidance, through rigorous performance management, supervisions and team meetings.
Managers make incisive evaluations of staff's interactions with children. As a result, a wave of outstanding teaching and practice has been strongly embedded across the longstandin...g and highly qualified staff team. • The learning environment is inspiring.
Staff create a truly unique, vibrant and innovative setting, inside and out, filled with a wealth of exciting and engaging resources and learning opportunities. Children show extremely high levels of motivation to learn, and with outstanding teaching, they make rapid progress in their learning. • Staff use a range of highly-effective, well considered and entirely consistently applied behaviour management strategies.
Use of hand gestures, visual aids and a calm, nurturing approach, immediately settles children's behaviour and they are swiftly reengaged in their play. As a result, children learn rapidly the expectations of their behaviour and develop high levels of self-control and cooperation. • Partnership working is exemplary.
The managers and staff work tirelessly to seek out and utilise all available support and resources. Support for children who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities is excellent. Intervention is sought at the very earliest stage from external agencies and services and advice is swiftly threaded into practice.
• Parents are highly valued as their children's first educators. Regular information sharing helps to ensure that parents are entirely involved in their children's learning, both in the setting and at home. Parents are extremely complimentary about the setting, the staff and the progress their children make.