Longwell Green Pre-School

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About Longwell Green Pre-School

Name Longwell Green Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Longwell Green Community Association, Shellards Road, Bristol, BS30 9DU
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority SouthGloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff give children's personal, social and emotional development a high priority. Staff are very patient and caring.

They closely support children's needs, to help children feel happy and secure at the pre-school and to grow in confidence. • Staff closely observe children's development and promptly outline their starting points. Staff know their key children particularly well.

Their precise assessments identify the next steps in children's learning, build on what children already know and ensure children make good progress. • The managers work together effectively to evaluate their practice. They work closely with local authority advisers to keep ...abreast of changes to legislation.

They show dedication and commitment to continuing to develop the pre-school and have clear and comprehensive plans to lead improvements. • Partnerships with parents are good. Staff work closely with them and other professionals, to ensure children receive consistent support.

Their regular newsletters, termly meetings, daily chats and the sharing of assessments of children's learning help to keep parents very well informed. It is not yet outstanding because: • Managers do not consistently offer staff opportunities to reflect upon their own teaching and that of others, to share good practice and develop all staff's teaching skills further. • Occasionally, staff do not provide enough opportunities for children to develop their creative ideas and techniques freely.

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