Oak Farm Pre-School

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About Oak Farm Pre-School

Name Oak Farm Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Chaucer Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 8SS
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hampshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff actively promote children's independence skills. Children are eager to attempt tasks and they contribute well to discussions.

All children make good levels of progress in their learning and are well equipped for the challenge of moving on to school. • Staff provide plentiful opportunities for children to talk to others and to develop their speech, such as when they introduce new and exciting topics. Children are animated as they discuss anniversaries they celebrate in their own home.

• The manager deploys her staff team well across the setting and there is always a member of staff ready to offer children extra support when they need it. • Ch...ildren cooperate with others and work happily with their friends. Staff continually promote kind behaviour and remind children to be generous towards others.

Children pass sharp tools, such as safety knives, sensibly to their peers so that they are able to take part in activities. • Staff collaborate well with other professionals to support children's development. Staff promptly involve other agencies to access appropriate help, such as speech and language support.

They follow advice about how they can assist children to meet the next steps in their development. It is not yet outstanding because: • The manager does not monitor whether all parents regularly access the pre-school's online learning system. She does not identify those parents who are not familiar with the system, to check if they would like information about their children's learning to be shared in a different way.

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