Pebbles Pre-School

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About Pebbles Pre-School

Name Pebbles Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address 11a Wedgewood Road, Luton, LU4 0RH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Luton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager works closely with trainers and other professionals to ensure that staff consistently maintain high standards for children's development. • In line with recent training, staff reflect deeply on how to provide a good experience for children. Teaching is good.

• Staff contribute ideas to planning that help increase the range of stimulating activities. For example, children use paint to explore a single colour. They make different shades and create texture using a variety of techniques.

Children use brushes and other tools to help them develop their hand grip towards holding a pencil. • All children have a key person, who checks their pr...ogress carefully to gain a clear understanding of their individual needs. This allows staff to plan accurately and address any gaps in children's learning.

• Children form strong bonds with staff, who nurture and support them to develop a sense of belonging. Parents speak extremely highly of the staff. They say their children settle very quickly and love coming each day.

Behaviour is very good. • A wide range of resources and activities assist children's development. For example, babies press a floor mat to explore different sounds.

Staff provide resources and safe methods for very young children to practise walking independently. • Older children learn to keep their balance and show confidence in using a range of equipment and apparatus in outdoor activities. However, the outdoor area does not fully support the learning needs of the youngest children.

• Staff model clear speaking and careful listening. They sing action songs and rhymes with children to develop understanding. However, management have not fully explored more ways to encourage staff to promote children's communication and language development even further.

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