Muddy Puddles Pre-School

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About Muddy Puddles Pre-School

Name Muddy Puddles Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address St Peters Church Hall, Ashley Common Road, Ashley, Hampshire, BH25 5AR
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The enthusiastic and experienced staff are warm and caring role models who work together well.

They respond to the children calmly and patiently. Their good example encourages children to learn to play together and to respect each other's opinions and ideas. Children's behaviour is good.

• Children confidently explore the resources indoors and outdoors. They have good opportunities to be physically active outdoors, where they can run and explore the many attractive resources. • Staff successfully foster effective partnerships with parents and professionals.

Parents state that their children look forward to pre-school and they can see the... good progress their children make. They feel that the staff value their views. • The manager closely monitors the performance of staff and the progress children make.

Children make good progress and where children need additional help, this is carefully planned and implemented. • Staff actively share their knowledge and skills and regularly undertake relevant training. They also seek feedback from parents and professionals.

This has a positive impact on their abilities to continually reflect on and improve the service they offer. • Sometimes, the more able children are not challenged sufficiently to further develop their skills and interests. • At times, staff provide limited opportunities for children to independently use a variety of creative mark-making resources in different ways.

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