Sandon Cygnets Group

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About Sandon Cygnets Group

Name Sandon Cygnets Group
Ofsted Inspections
Address Sandon JMI School, Sandon, near Buntingford, Hertfordshire, SG9 0QS
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hertfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The co-managers have taken positive action since their last inspection. For example, they have implemented robust procedures for staff supervision. Staff identify their strengths and areas for improvement and regularly meet with their co-managers to discuss and plan for their ongoing training needs.

This has a positive impact on staff's teaching practice and supports children to make good progress. • Staff promote children's personal, social and emotional development. Children develop a strong sense of belonging.

They form close bonds and attachments with staff and other children. Children settle quickly and demonstrate that they are happy. • Chi...ldren enjoy being creative.

They spent long periods of time making musical instruments from a wide range of materials available. Children smiled proudly when they showed their creations to staff and were highly praised for their efforts. • Children are independent.

They have good opportunities to make choices about what they play with. Staff enhance their interests and engage fully in their chosen play. • Partnerships with other settings are good.

The staff team encourage regular communication with other early years professionals, such as school teaching staff, to support young children. This enhances the smooth moves children make when moving on to their next stage of learning. • Staff promote the use of mathematical language during activities and experiences to develop children's learning further.

For example, they encourage children to look at shape and size as they create different items with malleable dough. • There are not enough opportunities for children to develop an understanding of how things work in different ways. • On occasions, children do not have enough time to think about how to respond to questions and comments from staff.

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