Once Upon A Time Day Nursery

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About Once Upon A Time Day Nursery

Name Once Upon A Time Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 2-4 Downs Cote Drive, Bristol, Avon, BS9 3TP
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Partnerships with parents are good and well established.

Staff work closely with parents to share information and to keep them well informed about their children's learning. Parents are happy with the care their children receive. • Key-person systems are effective.

Staff develop secure relationships with their key children and their families. Children are happy and settled. They develop good friendships within the nursery.

• Staff know the children well. They use good methods to observe and monitor children's development. All children make good progress from their starting points.

• All children behave well. They learn to listen..., follow instructions and share the resources and equipment. • Staff use good methods to help children learn about diversity and the lives and beliefs of people from backgrounds different to their own.

For instance, staff involve parents in planning for different cultural events and celebrations for children to take part in. • On occasions, staff miss opportunities to help children gain a better understanding of how to keep themselves safe by, for example, tidying away resources and preventing tripping hazards. • Staff do not consistently use the information that they gather from assessment to plan for children's individual next steps, to help them make even better progress in their learning.

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