Once Upon A Time Pre-School/after School Club

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About Once Upon A Time Pre-School/after School Club

Name Once Upon A Time Pre-School/after School Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Cherry Orchard Day Centre, 171 St Jamess Road, Croydon, CR0 2BY
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Croydon
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is outstanding • Staff plan high-quality activities according to the individual developmental needs of children. Staff are highly skilled, understand children's levels of development and aim activities to meet their needs exceptionally well. For example, staff adapt questions they ask children about fireworks.

Most-able children are asked to describe what they saw during displays and less-able children are asked to describe sounds of the fireworks. • Staff expertly teach children excellent social skills. For example, most-able children eagerly jump in to support less-able children with tasks.

They excitedly help others to pour out paint, showing them how to... squeeze bottles. Most-able children also show others routines, such as how to pour their own drinks and what to do at mealtimes. Children's self-esteem is extremely well nurtured.

• The provider expertly uses the early years pupil premium funding she receives. She has identified, through highly effective monitoring, the potential to strengthen support for children who speak English as an additional language and arranged training for staff. This has lead to staff rapidly narrowing gaps in children's learning.

• Staff work in excellent partnership with children's parents and wider families, providing a very broad range of advice and support to enhance outcomes for children. The provider informs parents and older siblings of courses that might help them to get employment. This further supports excellent continuity of care and development for children.

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