Olive Tree Nursery

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About Olive Tree Nursery

Name Olive Tree Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 63A Colne Road, Burnley, BB10 1LJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The leadership team aspires to offer outstanding care and education. Leaders are ambitious and hard working and evaluate the provision effectively. Leaders demonstrate their drive for continuous improvement and take account of the views of staff, parents and children.

• The key-person system is extremely effective. Children are supported by dedicated, nurturing and attentive staff. Children's emotional attachment, self-esteem and sense of belonging are promoted exceptionally well through positive and meaningful play experiences.

• Leaders and staff excel in their approach to working with families and the wider community. The staff team has an inc...lusive approach. Staff skilfully support children to develop an excellent understanding of themselves and other cultures beyond their own.

• Children are provided with an array of opportunities to be physically active. This is particularly evident in the outdoor areas. They explore, climb, and dig in the 'secret garden'.

Children's curiosity is ignited as they search for bugs in the pond and surrounding areas with excitement. • Partnership working is strong. Parents are highly complimentary about the care that their children receive.

Staff regularly share information with parents. They invite them to themed coffee mornings where they benefit from information about topics such as oral hygiene and behaviour management. • The manager and her staff team strive for high standards.

For example, they have achieved the 'Millie's Mark' award, which ensures that every member of staff is first-aid trained. Staff are confident, ready, capable and know what to do in a paediatric first aid situation. • At times, staff do not make the most of spontaneous play opportunities to challenge children and extend children's learning to the highest level.

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