Sanderlings Day Nursery

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About Sanderlings Day Nursery

Name Sanderlings Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 59 North Parade, Hoylake, Wirral, CH47 3AL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Wirral
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Staff welcome children and families into this friendly nursery. Children demonstrate a strong sense of belonging as they look for their special member of staff or friends before settling quickly into the daily routine.

Staff have established good partnerships with parents, who praise the regular, detailed information they receive about their children. Parents say they feel supported in being involved in their child's learning. Children benefit from the consistency in their learning.

Children are cared for in a very welcoming environment that is well planned to meet their differing needs. For example, staff ensure children can move easily around the... playrooms and the designated outside areas, to make their own play choices. Staff support children's learning well overall, especially their speech development.

Children become confident speakers, who are keen to share their ideas. Children are very sociable and well behaved. Staff act as good role models and set high expectations of children's behaviour.

For example, children willingly share the toys with each other without adult support. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff sometimes miss opportunities, particularly in adult-led play, to extend children's learning and challenge their thinking at the highest level. The monitoring arrangements for assessments of some children's learning is not always rigorous enough to secure the best possible outcomes in their learning.

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