Silsoe Pre-School

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About Silsoe Pre-School

Name Silsoe Pre-School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Silsoe Church Of England, V C Lower School, Chestnut Avenue, Silsoe, Bedford, Central Bedfordshire
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CentralBedfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • All staff demonstrate a highly positive approach to their work and their continued learning. Children mirror these attitudes. They thrive in an exceptional environment where staff fully understand their needs and offer the best possible care and support.

• Staff supervision is exceptional. The highly skilled manager supports them in implementing inspirational teaching techniques. Children make excellent progress and participate with enthusiasm and confidence in an extensive variety of play opportunities.

• Staff make excellent use of any new knowledge from training. Their increased understanding of how children approach tasks enables them offer highly effective support. Children eagerly persevere and understand how to use their experiences to support their learning.

• The manager continuously monitors children's progress and takes instant action to address any weaker areas. For example, staff work skilfully with children and successfully extend their love of books and their early reading skills. • Partnerships with parents are exceptional.

Staff organise practical sessions for parents to develop further their understanding of children's learning and development and aid them in building on this. • Children demonstrate a mature understanding of their own emotions and those of others. They competently express themselves using verbal communication and sign language.

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