Mortimer Hall

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About Mortimer Hall

Name Mortimer Hall
Ofsted Inspections
Address Mortimer Hall, Oxford Road, Oxford, OX3 0PH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oxfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The manager supports staff well to deliver good-quality care and education. Staff welcome the focused feedback on their performance and the opportunities to attend training to develop their teaching skills still further.

• Children enjoy taking part in a wide range of interesting learning activities that staff plan. They approach their learning calmly and purposefully. They make good progress from their starting points.

• Staff know each child well and tailor their teaching to their individual needs. They are especially effective in supporting children's personal, emotional and communication skills. • Staff are very effective in supporting parents... to build further on children's progress at home.

For example, they provide parents with the words to songs that children will be singing and make suggestions for further activities that families can enjoy together. • Staff are very caring and kind. They offer lots of cuddles and reassurance to children new to the setting.

There are very warm attachments between children and staff. It is not yet outstanding because: • Although staff supervise children closely outdoors, they miss some opportunities to support and challenge children to extend their thinking and learning further. • There are limited opportunities for children to use resources that extend their growing understanding of the safe and worthwhile use of technology.

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