Meadow Farm Pre-School

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About Meadow Farm Pre-School

Name Meadow Farm Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Scout and Guide Headquarters, Field Crescent, Shrewsbury, SY1 4PW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Shropshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager and staff have worked tirelessly to make changes since the last inspection. They are forward-thinking and have clear action plans for the future. They strive to ensure that they provide children with the highest levels of care and learning.

The manager seeks the views of staff, parents and children. She implements their ideas and suggestions to help move the pre-school forward. • The pre-school is an integral part of the local community.

Staff provide support for children and their families. They work closely with outside agencies to ensure that all children receive the best possible start in their care and learning. • Staff accuratel...y observe and assess children's progress.

The manager tracks individual and groups of children to swiftly identify where there are gaps in learning. She then implements either training, support from other professionals or additional resources to ensure that gaps rapidly close. • Children interact positively with staff.

They seek them out for reassurance or to join in with their games. Children's behaviour is good. Staff act as positive role models and remind children to use good manners.

Children learn to share and take turns. They are kind and respectful to others. • Staff work closely in partnership with parents.

They share information with parents and provide ideas to help them to continue children's learning at home. Parents are happy with the care their children receive. They say that children enjoy coming to the preschool and they are very happy with the progress their children make.

They say that the new garden area is a huge improvement and offers lots of options for the children. • Large-group times are not always organised well enough to enable all children to fully participate. • Sometimes, the organisation of activities and general routines inhibits children's choices in their play.

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