Spring Milecross

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About Spring Milecross

Name Spring Milecross
Ofsted Inspections
Address Norman Community Centre, Bignold Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 2QZ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Norfolk
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Since the last inspection, the manager has made effective changes to address the actions raised.

For example, staff now use an online system to inform parents of any injuries their children sustain. The manager reflects on all accidents and injuries to help minimise any further potential risk to children's welfare. • Partnership working is strong.

The manager and staff build friendly and trusting relationships with parents and carers. Staff regularly share information with parents and other professionals to ensure children are provided with the specific support they need. Parents and carers speak very positively about the nursery and comment on t...he supportive staff.

• The manager ensures that the staff team has clear levels of responsibility. Together, they reflect on the environment to identify improvements to make, to continually benefit the children. The manager and her staff team regularly monitor all children's learning.

They use additional funding well to help children make good progress. • Staff provide a well-resourced and stimulating environment. They present the toys and resources effectively to support children's free choice and independence.

Staff demonstrate a good understanding of how children learn and develop. They are skilful in following children's interests and provide activities that they know children will enjoy. • Children demonstrate that they are happy and enjoy their time at the nursery.

They make friends and build relationships. Children enjoy spending time outdoors. They are busy and active in the fresh air.

This helps to promote their good health and supports their physical well-being. • The management team does not monitor staff performance as rigorously as it could in order to enhance specific skills and raise the quality of teaching even further. • Staff do not always help children to build on their understanding of how to keep themselves and others safe.

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