Rocking Horse Nursery (Southport) Limited

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About Rocking Horse Nursery (Southport) Limited

Name Rocking Horse Nursery (Southport) Limited
Ofsted Inspections
Address 35 Norwood Avenue, Southport, PR9 7EQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Sefton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Leaders and managers have a clear vision for the nursery. They accurately assess their strengths and take steps to address areas for development. • The long-standing and well-qualified staff team provides an environment which is warm and welcoming.

Staff use praise and encouragement in abundance, helping children to become confident and enthusiastic learners. • Partnerships with parents are very well established and valued. Parents speak highly of the staff and of how well children settle at the nursery.

Staff support parents to contribute to and be involved in children's learning. Partnerships with other professionals are effective and help to e...nsure good outcomes for children. • Children demonstrate positive attitudes to, and adopt the behaviours associated with, healthy lifestyles.

They enjoy daily opportunities to play outside. • All children make good progress in their development from their starting points. They are well prepared for the next stage in learning and, where appropriate, for school.

• Staff do not consistently make the very best use of information gained from assessments, to help them to precisely plan the next steps for individual children's learning and development. • Staff do not consistently provide children with a broad range of activities to help to develop their understanding of diversity beyond their own family. Activities are not always used to help children learn about the similarities and differences between their own and other cultures, traditions and experiences.

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