Newtown Preschool and ABC Club

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About Newtown Preschool and ABC Club

Name Newtown Preschool and ABC Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Newtown Preschool, Queenspark Mobile, Rivington Road, ST. HELENS, Merseyside, WA10 4NQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority StHelens
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The passionate manager evaluates the quality of the pre-school regularly. She considers the views of staff, parents and children when planning future changes to the pre-school. • Staff carefully and accurately assess the progress that each child makes.

They use this information, alongside children's interests, to plan exciting activities that children find highly stimulating. • The manager carefully monitors the progress that children make to ensure that any gaps in their learning and development are swiftly identified and addressed. • Children enjoy their time at pre-school.

They from close relationships with the kind and nurturing staff. The ro...le of the key person is highly effective in engaging with families and supporting children to settle quickly. • Exceptional partnerships with a wide range of other professionals support staff in identifying children's individual needs swiftly.

Staff work closely with parents to seek the precise support that some children need to make good progress. • Children enjoy playing in the exciting, well-resourced outdoor area. Staff provide a range of enticing outdoor activities that children are eager to participate in.

• Supervision arrangements do not maximise opportunities for staff to learn from each other and to share good practice across the team. • Occasionally, some staff ask children questions in quick succession. They do not consistently give them time to think, respond and show what they know when challenging them in their learning.

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