Mama Bear’s Day Nursery

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About Mama Bear’s Day Nursery

Name Mama Bear’s Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 112-116 Grove Leaze, Shirehampton, Bristol, BS11 9QU
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnStaff are very patient and provide responsive additional support when children are struggling to understand expectations. Children behave well. Younger children learn to take turns and manage their emotions.

This includes those who require particularly perceptive intervention and additional support. Older children play cooperatively, enjoy the company of others and show thoughtful behaviour.nStaff are kind, friendly and attentive to children's needs.

They take the time to get to know children and spend good-quality time supporting them in their activities. Children enjoy their time at the nursery, they grow in confidence and their well-being is supp...orted effectively.nStaff are enthusiastic and promote learning by following children's interests.

They use detailed observations of the children to identify the next steps in their learning and plan effectively to enable children to make good progress.nThe manager uses strong processes, led by the parent company and the support of regional managers, to evaluate practice effectively. She involves staff and gains the views of parents, analysing these closely to help her outline areas for improvement.

nPartnerships with parents are good. Staff build up a two-way flow of information with parents, to find out about children's achievements at home and help support a consistent approach for children. Parents comment positively on the staff's communication.

They say the daily chats and regular updates and assessments of children's learning keep them well informed.nAt times, staff in the baby room do not flexibly adapt their support and the resources available to extend younger children's involvement and learning as much as possible.nStaff working with the pre-school age group do not always plan effectively for group activities, to encourage those reluctant to speak or who lack confidence in a group to communicate more.

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