Red Balloon Ockham

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About Red Balloon Ockham

Name Red Balloon Ockham
Ofsted Inspections
Address Pound Farm, Cobham, KT11 1NH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is outstanding • Children, including those who have special educational needs, and those learning English as an additional language, make outstanding progress. Staff's observations on children are insightful.

Their assessments are precise and children's progress are closely tracked and supported through observations and regularly reviewed individual support plans. • The delivery of whole group activities by staff in older toddler and pre-school room is inspirational. Staff are extremely skilled at keeping children interested and focused during story and rhyme time, and group discussions.

• Children's establish exemplary relationships with their designated m...ember of staff and form strong friendships with each other. The settling-in procedure for new children is highly successful in minimising any anxiety between parent and child. Baby room is delightfully tranquil and exceedingly well run by staff to support babies' individual needs, such as sleep times.

• Staff forge outstanding partnerships with parents and outside agencies, such as speech and language therapists, and the schools that children transfer to. Parents are fully involved in planning for children's individual learning. They receive a wealth of information to help them support children's progress at home.

They hold the setting in very high regard. • Managers make excellent use of self-evaluation to identify and target priorities for improvement, such as for developing staff's expertise in supporting children who have complex speech and language needs. They track the progress of groups of children extremely well, and identify and target promptly any emerging gaps in achievement.

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