Monkey Puzzle Day Nursery

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About Monkey Puzzle Day Nursery

Name Monkey Puzzle Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Old School, East Lodge, Ampthill Road, Shefford, Bedfordshire, SG17 5BH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CentralBedfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnStaff invest time in gaining a thorough understanding of each child's needs and interests. They make good use of this knowledge to inform the planning of play opportunities and resources. Children demonstrate that they enjoy their time at the nursery and make good progress in their learning and development.

nThe manager vigilantly monitors children's progress and takes prompt action to address any weaker areas. Staff now offer children additional opportunities that support them in learning to use technology. For example, older children explore the uses of different types of telephones, keyboards and calculators.

nStaff make good use of their qualifi...cations and put any new knowledge from training into practice. For example, their improved activity planning means that they offer children activities that are more accurately tailored to their needs and relate to their next steps in learning.nChildren follow the good example set by kind and caring staff.

They demonstrate care and respect for one another as they play and talk together. Staff support children well in learning how their behaviour affects others. nStaff build very good partnerships with parents and support them in extending their children's learning.

For example, the regular opportunities for parents to stay and play at the nursery enable them to understand how their children are playing and learning and to build on this at home. nOccasionally, during busier times, staff in the baby room do not always offer babies and young children resources and activities that interest and engage them. nSome staff do not consistently use opportunities to support children in fully developing their skills in solving problems as they come across them in their play and interactions.

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