Puddleducks Daycare Ltd

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About Puddleducks Daycare Ltd

Name Puddleducks Daycare Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 36 Swan Lane, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 4PA
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Worcestershire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The newly appointed manager has made a number of improvements since the last inspection. She is ambitious and communicates high expectations to all.

Clear and concise action plans have been implemented to achieve and maintain good standards. An effective key-person system is in place. Children form strong bonds with their key person and are relaxed in their care.

This helps to support children's emotional well-being and growing self-confidence. Children are happy and settled. They have fun and enjoy their time at the warm and welcoming nursery.

Children are articulate and confident during their play and interact positively with their peers... and visitors. Staff are good role models and children behave well. Children are encouraged to share, show kindness to each other, to listen and not to use loud voices when playing inside.

Partnerships with parents, other providers and professionals are good. Information about children is shared in a range of ways. This contributes strongly to meeting children's needs and ensuring consistency in their care and learning.

It is not yet outstanding because: Sometimes, the planned next steps in children's learning are too broad. This means staff are not able to plan precisely enough to ensure children make even better progress. Professional development is not specifically focused on raising the quality of teaching to an outstanding level.