Peek A Boo Nursery

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About Peek A Boo Nursery

Name Peek A Boo Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address Browns Field Youth & Community Centre, 31a Green End Road, CAMBRIDGE, CB4 1RU
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Cambridgeshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The management team leads the nursery well and reflects on the service provided. They review each day to consider what has gone well and what needs to be improved to promote better outcomes for children. This supports them in monitoring the progress they are making in their drive for excellence in all areas.

• Staff establish friendly and trusting partnerships with parents. They keep parents fully informed about their children's day and learning. Parents are encouraged to remain involved in their children's learning, in the nursery and at home.

• Staff observe children as they play and evaluate their observations well. This supports them to identi...fy where children are in their learning and what they need to do to support their continuing progress. • Staff promote children's speech and language skills effectively, including those who speak English as an additional language.

They engage children in conversation, challenge their thinking and give them time to consider questions before answering. • Staff respond sensitively to helping children settle into the nursery and feel secure. If a child builds a closer bond with a member of staff other than the allocated key person, they readily reallocate the child to their chosen adult.

This member of staff then takes responsibility for the child's daily well-being and plans for their learning and development. It is not yet outstanding because: • Staff do not always persevere in their efforts to establish links with other settings that children attend, to fully ensure an effective two-way flow of information. • Sometimes, staff do not make the best use of opportunities to help promote younger children's developing awareness of numbers and counting.

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