Pucklechurch Playgroup

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About Pucklechurch Playgroup

Name Pucklechurch Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address Community Centre, Abson Road, Pucklechurch, South Glos, BS16 9RW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority SouthGloucestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children are very well behaved and thoroughly enjoy socialising with each other and the staff, and build strong relationships. This helps support their personal, social and emotional development well. • The manager and staff have a caring approach towards all children.

Children are confident, happy and demonstrate they feel safe and secure in the company of the staff. • Children make good progress in their learning relative to their starting points. Staff carry out detailed observations and assessments and plan a wide range of activities based around children's individual needs, choices and interests.

For example, children are encouraged to choos...e what they would like to play with next. • The manager and staff have worked hard since the last inspection to make improvements for the benefit of children. They have regular meetings to discuss how they can maintain the quality of teaching to a high standard.

Through targeted improvement plans, the manager and staff are able to focus accurately on how to continue to develop and improve the outcomes for children. • Partnerships with parents are good. Staff share information regularly about children's achievements and progress.

Parents' comments demonstrate they are extremely happy with the quality of care provided and the good range of activities staff provide for children. • When a child starts at the group, staff do not always gather detailed information from parents about their child's learning at home, in order to inform the planning of future activities. • Staff do not make the best of opportunities to share and gather information from the early years settings that children attend, in order to promote continuity of learning.

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