Manor House Nursery School Limited

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About Manor House Nursery School Limited

Name Manor House Nursery School Limited
Ofsted Inspections
Address Manor House Nursery School, Hartsdown House, Hartsdown Park, Hartsdown Road, Margate, Kent
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kent
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The management team has the highest expectations of staff. They are committed to investing in the staff team.

For instance, they have extremely robust recruitment and induction procedures to ensure staff are exceptionally well trained and supported in their roles. The high-quality dedicated team of staff help to ensure all children thrive and achieve the progress they are capable of. • Staff provide children with a wealth of stimulating and vibrant experiences.

Babies and children are motivated to learn, and they develop their natural curiosity. For example, younger children explore how to transport water using a variety of tools and equip...ment. Older children go on visits to the woodland area and mini-farm to be actively involved in learning about the natural world.

• Staff have established extremely successful partnerships with parents to help ensure that parents are fully involved in all aspects of their child's care and learning. For instance, parents receive daily information about their children's activities and daily routines to enable them to continue to support their learning at home. • The staff have an excellent up-to-date knowledge of safeguarding and how to keep children safe.

They understand the importance of being vigilant and know who to contact should they have any concerns about children's welfare and well-being. • Staff make precise use of targeted observations and assessments to plan innovative experiences that develop children's independence and problem-solving skills. For instance, older children explore the secure wooded garden to find branches they can use to entwine around the upright posts as they build a den.

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