Sparthfield Happy Day Nursery

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About Sparthfield Happy Day Nursery


Name Sparthfield Happy Day Nursery
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: 419 Whalley Road, Clayton le Moors, ACCRINGTON, Lancashire, BB5 5RP
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding Leaders and managers nurture and develop their staff through excellent supervision and professional development opportunities. Their in-house programme of training and consistent promotion of self-reflection ensure staff are highly motivated to provide the best possible learning outcomes for the children. The learning experiences provided by the nursery team are remarkable.

Staff use the interests and imaginations of the children to devise the most wonderful activities. For example, enthralled children sit on mushroom seats in a cultivated fairy garden and discuss with awe the most recent letter left for them by the garden fairies. The highly inclusi...ve setting ensures that diversity is explored and embraced at every opportunity.

Children access exceptional resources and grow within a culture that promotes the values of acceptance, democracy and equality. Highly effective strategies to promote children's independence ensure they are well prepared for transition to their next stage of learning. Babies are encouraged to wipe their own faces after lunch, and toddlers put on their own sunhats and tidy away plates.

Pre-schoolers learn how to be self-sufficient and acquire the skills they need for school. Staff consistently remind children how to keep themselves safe, both in the setting and during trips. While discussing their visits to the woodlands, children talk confidently about the dangers of open water and how to keep hydrated in hot weather.