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About Playwise

Name Playwise
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Avenue, St. Lukes Avenue, Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 7HS
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kent
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff get to know children well. For example, they visit them at home in their familiar surroundings. This helps children to settle quickly into the setting, and happily and confidently into their play.

• Staff establish positive partnerships with parents and keep them informed and involved in their children's learning. For instance, they share their children's achievements daily. • The manager and staff effectively evaluate their practice together and identify possible targets during regular observations.

Staff use their findings to develop their practice and help keep children motivated to make good progress. • Children have good opportunities develop their mathematical skills. Younger children enjoy number songs, and older children count as they play with confidence.

• All children have good opportunities to develop their physical skills. For example, they negotiate different ways to move, such as using bouncy castles and climbing walls. • Staff establish positive partnerships with staff at other settings that children also attend, and they regularly share children's next steps in their learning.

This helps to provide children with a good consistent approach to their shared care and learning. • Staff do not consistently organise changes in routine effectively to help ensure that all children remain engaged and fully understand what is expected of them. • Staff do not make the most out of opportunities to encourage children to fully understand and follow good health and hygiene routines more consistently.

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