MadHatters Pre School Nursery

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About MadHatters Pre School Nursery

Name MadHatters Pre School Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 55a Nelson Street, SCARBOROUGH, North Yorkshire, YO12 7SZ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthYorkshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnMembers of the management team closely monitor what staff do.

They complete observations of practice to help assess the quality of teaching and learning. The manager evaluates this information to help her identify any areas to improve. She holds regular meetings with staff to set targeted training and professional development plans.

nStaff complete accurate observations and assessments of children's learning. They plan effective education programmes and interventions to help address and close any gaps in a child's development. Managers review these findings with staff and refer children to external professionals, where required.

nChildren b...enefit from the friendly and warm atmosphere that staff create for them. They build strong attachments with their key person, which helps to support their emotional well-being. Children feel welcome, safe and secure.

nStaff are excellent role models to children. For example, staff working with younger children are sensitive and attentive towards their individual needs. Staff working with older children are 'bubbly' and provide them with meaningful praise for their good work.

This helps to keep children motivated in their learning.nSome staff do not work as effectively as they could with parents, to engage them fully in their child's learning and suggest ways to help support this at home. nStaff working with younger children do not consistently recognise ways to help to promote their independence and physical development, for example during daily routines.

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