Little Cherubs

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About Little Cherubs

Name Little Cherubs
Ofsted Inspections
Address 2a Bell Green Lane, London, SE26 5TB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lewisham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is outstanding • Self-evaluation is meticulous and highly effective.

Managers and leaders have an uncompromising drive to achieve improvements and have made significant changes since the previous inspection, to achieve the highest quality in practice and provision. • Partnership with parents and professionals is extremely strong. Thorough monitoring processes and a shared approach to children's learning help staff to know the children exceptionally well.

They develop highly focused plans to meet their individual needs. All children, including those who have special educational needs, make rapid progress from their starting points. • Staff use innovative to support children's problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.

For instance, they hide toy trucks and cars in sand and encourage children to guess where the truck is hidden. They question children skilfully to encourage them to describe their thinking. For example, children state that they know where the truck is 'because it is bigger' than the car.

• Staff place a high priority on children's personal, social and emotional development. They make excellent use of their knowledge and skills to support children of all abilities to learn to manage their feelings and emotions. For instance, children who have speech and language difficulties learn to use alternative methods, such as visual cards, to express their emotions.

• The managers ensure highly effective and meaningful information-sharing processes with other settings, including schools. For example, they have discussions with school staff to ascertain what sort of information they would find useful to know about each child. They provide excellent support to key persons to ensure they are adept at reporting accurately on individual children's learning styles.

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