Puddleducks@Rising Bridge Ltd

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About Puddleducks@Rising Bridge Ltd

Name Puddleducks@Rising Bridge Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address 685 - 687 Blackburn Road, Rising Bridge, Accrington, Lancashire, BB5 2RY
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The manger is well qualified and highly skilled. She is committed to her role and shows a strong drive make improvements to the nursery.

Reflective practice is well embedded within the staff who, along with the views of parents and children, contribute to improvement plans. • Children develop an excellent level of independence from a young age. Toddlers help serve themselves lunch and pre-school children capably use a knife and fork.

Staff provide excellent support and encourage children to cut up their food as they say, 'Can you make your green beans shorter?'. • Managers and staff continually strive to establish and maintain effective partnershi...ps with parents. Parents are widely involved in their children's learning.

They contribute to assessments and are kept very well informed of their children's progress. Staff provide a wealth of opportunities for parents to continue learning at home, linked to nursery themes, school readiness and children's individual next steps. • Staff plan well for children's learning.

They accurately assess observations made of children's learning and use this information to identify next steps and plan a range of interesting activities and experiences. Children make good progress. • Children have a superb understanding of healthy lifestyles, including the benefits of a healthy diet.

They explain how water keeps us hydrated and the calcium in their milk helps to build strong bones. It is not yet outstanding because: • Although the manager accurately assesses staff teaching, information gained from performance management is not always used effectively to help raise the quality of teaching across the whole team to an outstanding level. • Occasionally, staff do not support children to follow their own ideas and help extend their critical-thinking skills.

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