Redwell Nursery CIO

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About Redwell Nursery CIO

Name Redwell Nursery CIO
Ofsted Inspections
Address Redwell Leisure Centre, Barnwell Road, Wellingborough, NN8 5LP
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthNorthamptonshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Since the last inspection the management and staff team have made significant changes to the organisation of the nursery. They have reviewed and updated policies and procedures that contribute to children's safety and well-being. • Staff are supported and encouraged to keep their knowledge up to date through training.

They acknowledge the increase to their confidence the extra understanding gives them in continuing to support children to make the best progress they can. • Children are safe at the nursery. Staff provide close supervision.

Prior to outings children eagerly put on their high-visibility vests. They talk confidently about why it is imp...ortant to listen and walk together to keep themselves safe. • Parents speak positively about the nursery.

They comment on how well staff help their children to settle in and how they continually meet their child's needs. They comment on how friendly and welcoming the staff are to them and their children. • Children behave very well.

They listen to staff and respond to the clear indication of a change to the activities, eagerly helping to tidy toys away. It is not yet outstanding because: • On occasion, during large-group activities, younger children and those who are less confident are not able to fully take part. • Although staff develop good partnerships with parents, the partnership working with other settings and the local school is not fully established.

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