Oasis Childcare

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About Oasis Childcare

Name Oasis Childcare
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Cedar Centre And Library, Cedar Road, Cobham, Surrey, KT11 2AE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff build exceptionally strong relationships with parents and encourage their involvement in their children's learning.

Key-person relationships are highly effective and the staff know the children and their families extremely well. Staff talk to parents when they arrive to collect their children, and exchange good information about children's learning and care routines. • Children's communication and language skills are developing well.

Staff skilfully match the level of their communication to each individual child and provide the right level of support to further extend children's vocabulary and understanding. For example, staff repeat and mo...del correct language for children to copy, in order to promote good social skills. • Children are well prepared for their eventual move to school and make good progress in their learning and development.

For example, staff use group times effectively to help older children begin to develop an understanding of different sounds and letters. • Staff have regular opportunities for professional development. For example, they undertook a course about encouraging resilience and working in partnership with parents.

This gave staff new ideas and strategies for dealing with a variety of family needs and issues as they arise. • Management and staff have the highest expectations for themselves and every child. The manager monitors staff practice through regular supervision meetings and observations.

They have excellent links with outside agencies and other professionals. • Staff have a good understanding of how children learn through play and ask relevant questions. However, at times, staff overlook opportunities to extend children's thinking skills to higher levels and enable the children to explore and experiment for themselves.

• Children are happy and enjoy their time at the setting. They eagerly engage in a variety of planned activities. However, staff do not make the best use of opportunities to help promote children's independence skills, particularly during snack times.

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