Natural Choice Nurseries Ltd - Alveston

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About Natural Choice Nurseries Ltd - Alveston


Name Natural Choice Nurseries Ltd - Alveston
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address 37 Davids Lane, Alveston, BRISTOL, BS35 3LN
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority SouthGloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The strong leadership and management team has a clear vision to drive improvement successfully.

It effectively evaluates the provision and staff's practice, and completes comprehensive action plans to bring about better outcomes for children. The management team empowers staff to further their professional skills. Staff's research has provided children with positive 'risky play' experiences, such as using real tools in their creations.

Staff take responsibility for their rooms. For example, they carry out a toddler audit to identify gaps in children's experiences and address them promptly. Staff use their observations and assessments of children ef...ficiently to plan an exciting range of experiences.

This is particularly evident in the pre-school room where children thrive in the challenges they are set. They are excited to learn and staff prepare them very well for school. All children make good progress from their starting points.

Caring staff support children's emotional well-being effectively. Children form strong attachments with familiar staff. For example, staff hold babies as they bottle feed and talk soothingly to them.

Older children gain high levels of self-esteem, for instance, in their role of helper for the day. It is not yet outstanding because: Not all staff's interactions with the youngest children consistently encourage and extend their learning and development fully. Staff do not consistently engage less confident toddlers fully in planned group activities.


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