Shanklin Playgroup

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About Shanklin Playgroup

Name Shanklin Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address Shanklin Community Hall, 25 Rookley Close, shanklin Village, Sutton, Surrey, SM2 6TT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Sutton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding The manager and the supporting management are highly proactive in nurturing a competent, highly motivated team. They are keen to acquire new skills and are highly effective in their role of helping children reach their potential.

Children show excitement as they arrive and are eager to engage in a variety of activities. They relate extremely well to staff and other children. They display excellent behaviour and an enthusiasm to share and join in with their friends.

The provision of activities is meticulously planned to encompass children's interests and fully support their learning. Staff expertly adapt activities to engage the abilities of ...all children to ensure every child feels a sense of achievement. The health, welfare and well-being of children are paramount.

Staff encourage children's independence in their healthcare and they learn the importance of eating healthily. For example, they take pride in bringing fruit to share with other children. Staff are exceedingly sensitive to children's feelings and individual needs.

The manager works tirelessly to ensure children's well-being is secure and ensures key persons, in particular, are effective in their role of supporting children and their families. There is an extremely strong drive to improve. The staff team is resilient and has striven exceptionally well to ensure that challenges and difficulties do not interfere with the excellent outcomes they plan for the children.