Memorable Moments Nursery & Pre-school

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About Memorable Moments Nursery & Pre-school

Name Memorable Moments Nursery & Pre-school
Ofsted Inspections
Address 92 Moorland Road, WESTON-SUPER-MARE, Avon, BS23 4HT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthSomerset
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnThe management team has worked well since the last inspection to improve teaching and the use of assessments to raise the quality of children's experiences at the nursery. Focused training has developed staff's understanding of their roles and responsibilities to safeguard children.

nChildren form strong attachments with caring staff. They demonstrate that they feel emotionally secure. For example, younger children are confident to explore and build relationships with unfamiliar adults visiting the setting.

Staff support children effectively as they move between rooms and help them settle quickly into the new environment.nStaff meet children's care ...needs efficiently and help them understand how to keep themselves healthy. For example, children grow, pick and prepare runner beans for their lunch.

Staff provide healthy, home-made meals that consider children's special dietary requirements effectively.nStaff use their training well to plan a broad range of experiences that support children's next steps in learning. For example, staff place greater consideration on children's individual learning and how adult-led activities can maximise children's progress from their unique starting points.

nStaff do not use all opportunities to support children to develop their mathematical skills, for example demonstrating counting, helping children to recognise numerals and encouraging older children to solve simple number problems.nThe organisation of some mixed age-group activities does not engage all children at their level of understanding, which leads some children to become disinterested.nStaff miss some opportunities to help children think critically and solve problems for themselves, for instance when transporting water between containers.

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