Little Buttons Day Nursery

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About Little Buttons Day Nursery

Name Little Buttons Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Cockernhoe Farm Barn, Brick Kiln Lane, NR Luton, Hertfordshire, LU2 8PX
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hertfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnThe management team has worked with professionals to rigorously evaluate practice within the nursery and ensure memorable and rewarding experiences for all children. nManagers examined the effectiveness of all activities, resources, communications and training.

They have created a visually striking environment, inside and outdoors, where children use equipment and resources made from mostly natural materials.nThe staff work in close cooperation to plan a range of activities that interest and challenge children of all ages. Children respond eagerly to chosen activities.

Staff play enthusiastically with children and stimulate their curiosity further.n...Staff hold useful conversations with children. For example, they suggest investigating the effects of water and compression on sand when older children build sandcastles.

Children become inquisitive and confidently ask probing questions. nOlder children extend their physical skills outdoors, for example by negotiating how to climb over a small wooden shelter. They leap across wooden stepping stones imagining the ground around them is out of bounds.

Children are encouraged to assess levels of safety for themselves. nStaff encourage babies and very young children to choose personal goals. For example, they give children resources and safe methods to stand upright and practise walking independently.

nEach child has a key person who knows them very well. Key persons observe each child closely and form an accurate picture of the child's development. They use this to inform their teaching and to fill any gaps in children's learning.

All children make good progress. nManagers recognise the teaching abilities and successes of each member of staff. However, they do not check that staff are constantly alert to move children's learning to the highest level.

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