Saltdean Preschool

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About Saltdean Preschool

Name Saltdean Preschool
Ofsted Inspections
Address St Nicholas Church Hall, Saltdean Vale, Saltdean, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 8HA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority BrightonandHove
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff link activities to children's interests to motivate them to have fun and play. Children enjoy a broad range of opportunities which supports all areas of learning.

The management team receives good support from the chair of the committee to ensure the pre-school is well run. They work closely with staff and parents to identify ways to continue to develop the pre-school and improve children's outcomes further. Staff work closely with other professionals to ensure children's needs are met.

All children, including those learning English as an additional language, make good progress. Staff communicate respectfully with children and each other to c...reate a very positive learning environment. They deploy themselves very well to interact and supervise effectively.

Children are very familiar with the established routines and behave well. Managers and staff give high priority to preparing children for school. Children develop positive attitudes to learning and the skills they need.

Older children sit, concentrate and join in well, for example, at register time as they remember the days of the week and describe the weather in song. It is not yet outstanding because: At times, activities directed by staff do not fully support the learning of two-year-olds as they do not maintain their engagement. Managers do not routinely give staff feedback from their observations, to support them to raise the quality of teaching and help children make rapid progress in their learning.