Little Sheep Pre-School

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About Little Sheep Pre-School

Name Little Sheep Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Staple Hill Methodist Church, High Street, Staple Hill, BRISTOL, BS16 5HQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority SouthGloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager monitors the quality of teaching and learning effectively.

She tracks children's progress in all areas of learning and supports staff to address any gaps. • Staff create a warm, safe and welcoming environment for children and their families. Children behave well.

They learn to share resources and speak politely to others. • All children develop good communication skills, including those with special educational needs. Staff know how to use a range of teaching aids, such as visual timetables and picture cards, to communicate effectively with all children and ensure they feel included.

Children make good progress from their sta...rting points. • Partnerships with parents are effective. Staff and parents regularly exchange information to support children's individual learning and care needs.

Parents are highly complimentary about the quality of care staff provide for their children. • The manager supports staff well to improve their knowledge and skills. She ensures staff benefit from regular supervision meetings to help improve their teaching practice.

Staff attend ongoing training to keep their knowledge up to date, including about any relevant changes to legislation. • At times, staff do not consider ways to help children settle quickly when transitioning between routines, particularly mealtimes. • During some adult-led activities, staff do not differentiate their teaching to reflect the current stage of development for some younger children.

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