Redhill Baptist Church Pre-School

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About Redhill Baptist Church Pre-School

Name Redhill Baptist Church Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Hatchlands Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 6AE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff are warm and welcoming.

They provide an environment that is bright and well resourced with a range of activities for children to choose from. Children are happy, make good progress and enjoy their time at the setting. • Managers and staff have excellent partnerships with external agencies and professionals who support some children's individual development.

They work collaboratively and constantly share information. This helps to ensure that children's special educational needs are met. • Relationships with staff and parents are effective.

Staff share information with parents in a variety of ways to ensure that they feel part of th...eir children's on-going development. Parents praise staff's commitment and dedication towards their children and know that they are happy and safe. • The manager monitors children's development effectively.

She works closely with staff and discusses children's needs and stage of development. This enables her to assess different groups of children's learning and identify any possible gaps that need to be addressed. • Some staff have recently attended training on supporting children with autism.

This has had a positive impact on staff knowledge and understanding, and enables them to plan more specifically for children's individual needs. • Key group times do not always focus on children's interests, therefore, at times children become disengaged and are not able to benefit consistently from purposeful learning. • At times, staffs' expectations of the youngest children are too high and occasionally, routine times are not adapted to suit them.

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