Ruff Lane Day Nursery at Abbeyfield House

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About Ruff Lane Day Nursery at Abbeyfield House

Name Ruff Lane Day Nursery at Abbeyfield House
Ofsted Inspections
Address Abbeyfield House, 7 Ruff Lane, Ormskirk, L39 4QX
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • There is a clear drive for continuous improvement and the dedicated owner and manager of the nursery are committed to offering a high-quality provision.

They accurately identify what they do well and areas for development, taking account of the views of parents. • Partnerships with parents are strong. Staff invite children for visits before they join and ask parents for detailed information about their child's needs.

This contributes to staff providing good support for children from the outset. They share regular updates with parents to ensure they are well informed. • Staff interact well with children and know when to intervene in child-led play... in order to enhance their learning even further.

Children thoroughly enjoy their time at the nursery. • Staff carry out regular checks of the environment to ensure it remains a safe place for children. They are deployed well, maintain the required adult-to-child ratios at all times and supervise children closely to keep them safe.

• Children's behaviour is good and managed positively. Staff encourage children who display unwanted behaviour to discuss their feelings and show kindness and consideration to others. • Managers provide swift intervention when children need extra help.

They work closely with other professionals, such as speech and language therapists and specialist teachers, to help to close any gaps in children's learning. • The organisation of some group activities means that children are occasionally kept waiting for a turn, resulting in some children becoming disengaged. • Performance management procedures and supervision meetings are not always utilised to promote staff's quality of teaching to the highest level.

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