Little Stars Day Nursery

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About Little Stars Day Nursery

Name Little Stars Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 58 Woodplumpton Road, Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 2LQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager is well qualified, experienced and has a firm vision for the nursery.

Self-evaluation is well informed and includes the views of staff, children and parents. The day runs very smoothly and practice is strong across all rooms. • The learning environment is bright, engaging and highly conducive to children's learning.

Well-presented and thoughtful displays showcase children's learning. They include detailed illustrations of how the activities link to the early years foundation stage and support children in different areas of learning. • Members of the staff team work very well together and there is a warm, friendly atmosphere throughout....

Staff know children well and have developed strong bonds with their key children. Children go to staff for comfort and cuddles and to share their experiences. Children's physical and emotional well-being is given high priority.

• Transition arrangements for when children move between rooms and on to another setting or school are robust. Children quickly settle in and confidently embark on the next level of their learning. • Children with special educational needs and/or disabilities receive superb support.

Staff work very closely with parents and involved professionals. Advice received is threaded effectively into daily planning and ensures children receive a consistent approach from all adults working with them. • Children develop an excellent understanding of diversity beyond their immediate experience through everyday play resources, planned activities and well-directed conversations.

For example, children enjoy conversations with their peers and staff about their different family dynamics and who they live with. • Staff do not always make the best use of information gained from parents, regarding what children have already achieved ahead of starting nursery, to further strengthen teaching and assessment. • Although practice is strong throughout the nursery, there is not yet enough focus on professional development to raise the quality of teaching to an exemplary level.

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