Nina’s Nursery (Wilmslow) Ltd

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About Nina’s Nursery (Wilmslow) Ltd

Name Nina’s Nursery (Wilmslow) Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address Faraday House, 5 Hawthorn Lane, Wilmslow, SK9 1AA
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CheshireEast
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Managers and practitioners demonstrate a strong commitment to achieving the best outcomes for all children. The well-qualified practitioners plan exciting activities that children want to join in with. Children make good progress and become eager learners.

Partnerships with other professionals are a particular strength. Practitioners share accurate information about children's achievements, interests and individual needs with schools. This helps to promote effective continuity for children's learning and care.

Parents enthusiastically praise the nursery team. They feel very well informed about children's progress and development. Parents say they encouraged to continue children's learning at home.

For example, parents help pre-school children to recognise numbers by finding them at the shops and on the doors of houses. Managers take account of the views of parents, children and practitioners when they evaluate the provision. They work with practitioners to plan and implement improvements.

Children's safety is promoted well. For example, children with allergies to certain foods are kept safe as everyone adheres rigorously to well-established routines for preparing and serving food. It is not yet outstanding because: The manager's regular observations of teaching do not focus specifically enough on what practitioners need to do to improve and why.