Little Stars Private Day Nursery

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About Little Stars Private Day Nursery


Name Little Stars Private Day Nursery
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 124 Hadfield Road, Hadfield, Glossop, SK13 2DR
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Derbyshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnStaff provide children with a welcoming environment in which to play and learn. Children settle well as soon as they arrive at the nursery. They quickly start to play busily with the interesting resources that are available to them.

nLeaders and managers consider carefully the feedback they receive from staff, children and parents about the nursery. They also use what they know about children's development and progress effectively to identify areas for development and improvement. As a result, they make positive changes to the learning environment.

nStaff assess children's development accurately. They identify next steps for children's learning and ...take these into account when they provide activities. Children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities, make good progress as a result of the carefully linked activities.

nStaff communicate well with parents. Parents receive regular information about their child's development through meetings with staff. Staff also share written assessments with parents, such as the progress check for children aged between two and three years.

nStaff are qualified, skilful and knowledgeable. They have a sound understanding of young children's development and how they learn. They use what they learn in training and development competently to introduce new teaching methods sensitively to the children.

Staff use the new teaching methods to enhance children's curiosity, thinking skills and creativity.nStaff do not always take into account children's preferred learning styles when planning activities to support their next steps in learning, for example, by using the outdoor area to develop literacy skills rather than staying indoors.nTeaching is not of the same high standard across the nursery.