Roydon Pre-School C.I.C

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About Roydon Pre-School C.I.C

Name Roydon Pre-School C.I.C
Ofsted Inspections
Address Roydon Village Hall, Harlow Road, Roydon, HARLOW, Essex, CM19 5HH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Essex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Settling-in sessions prior to children attending, helps them to become familiar with the environment and staff. This effectively promotes their emotional well-being. • Staff offer children a good range of toys and resources that they enjoy.

They access these independently, giving them plenty of choice to promote their interests. • The manager supports staff well in their roles. She provides them with supervision meetings to help staff reflect on their practice and to identify professional development opportunities.

Staff attend training that helps them to promote positive behaviour. • Self-evaluation is effective. The manager gathers the views of... staff and parents to identify changes that benefit children.

Recent changes provide children with more opportunities to develop their imagination outdoors. • Staff also provide children with a good range of opportunities to develop their imagination indoors. They play alongside children when they explore toy food and real food packaging.

Children make good progress in their learning. • The manager has very good links in place with the local school. Effective strategies are in place to support children when they move on to school.

• Staff provide opportunities for children to learn about their local community. They invite people from the village to see the children. This helps them to learn how to dance around a maypole.

Staff take children to a village orchard to pick apples. • Staff do not consistently obtain detailed information from all parents about their children's prior achievements and learning when they first start. • Occasionally, staff's assessments of children's learning are not as precise as possible to help plan and support children to make the highest levels of progress in all aspects of learning.

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