Little Deers Day Nursery

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About Little Deers Day Nursery

Name Little Deers Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Deer Hall, Campden Park, Ringwood Road, Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 4BU
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager works closely with staff, parents and the committee to continually identify ways to develop the nursery further.

All recommendations from the previous inspection have been acted on successfully. • Children are happy and settled. They develop close attachments with the caring and attentive staff, who get to know the children and families very well.

Children behave well and the atmosphere in the nursery is very calm and welcoming. • Staff use effective methods to observe, monitor and assess children's progress. They use the information well to target teaching effectively.

All children, including those who speak English as an ad...ditional language, make good progress in their learning. • Partnerships with parents are strong. Staff work hard to support an ongoing two-way flow of information with parents.

For example, home visits, daily chats and the effective use of technology help parents to be fully engaged with their children's care and learning. This supports a consistent approach to meeting children's needs. • Children have daily access to the well-resourced outdoor learning environment.

They have ample opportunity to explore the local New Forest and learn about nature and the world around them. • Children are confident learners and show curiosity as they explore using their senses. For example, toddlers show delight as they discover the smell and texture of foam.

They explore their own ideas, such as what will happen as they rub it onto different surfaces. • On occasion, staff do not fully challenge and promote the thinking skills of the most able children to help them make the best possible progress. • Systems to monitor and develop the quality of teaching are not incisive enough to raise standards to an exceptional level.

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