Muddy Boots Day Nursery

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About Muddy Boots Day Nursery

Name Muddy Boots Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Stoke Hill, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, Avon, BS9 1JP
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff plan a stimulating range of outdoor learning opportunities for children in the interesting gardens and forest areas. This motivates children of all ages in their learning, particularly those who prefer to learn outdoors. • Leaders have a clear vision for the nursery.

Self-evaluation is effective in continually identifying and addressing areas for improvement. • Staff have strong relationships with parents. They consistently exchange information to help parents fully understand their children's learning and to make links from home.

• Staff get to know children very well and build nurturing relationships with them. This effectively supports th...eir emotional well-being. • Staff extend children's language skills well.

Children's vocabularies are developing quickly and older children are confident communicators. • Monitoring and assessment are effective. Children's progress is tracked closely by leaders and staff who identify any gaps in their learning quickly.

Staff put extra support in place when it is needed to help all children make good progress. It is not yet outstanding because: • On rare occasions, some children find it more difficult to play cooperatively which can interrupt other children's play and interactions with staff. • Staff miss some opportunities to encourage children's developing self-care skills, particularly with toilet training.

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