Noah’s Ark Under Fives

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About Noah’s Ark Under Fives

Name Noah’s Ark Under Fives
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Beeches Family Centre, Bulford Road, Bulford, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 9BT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Wiltshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Leaders have developed effective systems to support the well-qualified staff. For example, staff have regular supervision and team meetings. Leaders closely observe and monitor staff teaching practice, making sure they support children's needs well.

• Leaders and staff support children and their families very well. They work in effective partnerships with other professionals to support children's care, welfare and learning needs. For example, they provide one-to-one support for all children who require extra input or those with special educational needs and/or disabilities.

This helps ensure outcomes for all children are good. • Partnerships with... parents are strong. Parents have constant access to children's development records and regularly share information with their child's key person about children's learning from home.

• Leaders and staff provide a stimulating learning environment indoors and outdoors. Children are confident in making choices about how they want to learn and what to play with. • Overall, children behave well.

Staff are caring and are good role models. Children enjoy having responsibilities for small tasks, such as tidying away their toys. Babies and young children develop close, affectionate relationships with staff and feel secure.

• Although staff supervise children well, they do not make the best use of some opportunities that arise to help develop children's awareness of assessing risks for themselves and how to avoid potential accidents. • On some occasions, staff are too quick to provide solutions for children. For example, they miss opportunities to encourage children to start to solve practical problems and learn to resolve differences.

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