St Cuthberts Pre-School Playgroup

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About St Cuthberts Pre-School Playgroup

Name St Cuthberts Pre-School Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address St Cuthberts Church Hall, Botanic Road, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 7NN
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Sefton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The leadership team are committed to the ongoing development of the pre-school. They rigorously evaluate the quality of the setting and have an uncompromising vision for the future of the pre-school. Staff are actively encouraged to contribute their ideas to action plans.

Children's ideas and opinions are sought and addressed each day. • Staff work very well with parents. They provide parents with detailed information about what their children have enjoyed and achieved.

Staff give parents suggestions and ideas about how they can support children's learning at home. Staff support children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (...SEND) extremely well. They engage with other professionals and parents to promote continuity of approach.

All children make a high level of progress from their starting points, as a result. • Staff make excellent use of praise and encouragement. They skilfully build on children's self-confidence and motivation to try things that they find challenging, such as beginning to write their names.

Children are very keen to engage in a range of activities and are confident to try again, building resilience and high levels of curiosity. • Children have numerous opportunities to develop their early literacy and communication skills. Staff make use of every opportunity to encourage children to make marks and form letters using different tools and materials.

Staff talk to children about the books they have read, to check their understanding and develop their ideas. • Children's social skills are extremely well supported. They are polite to each other and visitors.

Staff help them to recognise their differences and resolve situations to their mutual satisfaction. Children clearly understand what is expected of them and discuss their nursery 'promises' each day, such as kind hands and indoor voices. Their behaviour is excellent.

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