Northstead Community Pre-School

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About Northstead Community Pre-School

Name Northstead Community Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Northstead Community Pre-School, Givendale Road, Scarborough, YO12 6LG
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthYorkshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Leaders have reviewed and addressed the weaknesses identified at the last inspection. They have developed a process to promote the continuous improvement of practice which includes the views of parents. • The manager has ensured that, overall, appropriate and relevant training opportunities are identified and provided for staff.

The impact of training is monitored by the manager to ensure it benefits children who attend the setting. • Children show perseverance and deep levels of concentration as they engage in the carefully planned activities the staff have provided for them. However, there are times in the day when children are required to sit down toge...ther in a large group.

This activity interrupts children's enjoyment and choices about what they would like to do. • Children are happy, confident and well-behaved. They demonstrate that they feel safe and secure in the setting.

Staff promote positive behaviour. Minor changes to children's behaviour are sensitively addressed by staff in a calm and reassuring manner. • Children have lots of opportunities to play outside throughout the day.

This promotes their physical development. The staff offer children healthy snacks. However, they do not always promote the setting's healthy eating policy effectively, particularly during lunchtimes.

This has an impact on children's physical and dental health. • Staff work well with other professionals to promote children's well-being. This includes effective links with teachers when children are due to leave the setting to start school.

• All staff employed to work with the children are good role models. Support for staff is not always fully effective in ensuring all staff have a clear understanding of their role in supporting children. • All children are making good progress and are ready for the next stages of their learning.

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