St Michael’s Community Nursery

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About St Michael’s Community Nursery

Name St Michael’s Community Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Village Hall, Dell Close, Mickleham, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6EE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children are happy and settle quickly into the setting. They confidently explore their surroundings and actively engage in the many exciting activities that staff provide. Children enjoy learning and make good progress.

• Staff have secure relationships with all children, and have a good knowledge and understanding of their interests and stage of development. • Managers and staff have a positive attitude towards continuous development and striving to improve. Since their last inspection, they have extended the outdoor woodland area to help further enhance children's learning opportunities outdoors.

This has had a positive impact on children's con...fidence to explore and learn how to keep themselves safe. For example, they learn about road safety as they walk to the woods. • Partnerships between staff and other settings that children attend are effective.

They share information about children's learning, discuss next steps and work together to help provide a consistent approach to their on-going development. • Managers and staff have good relationships with parents. Since their last inspection they have implemented new systems to help make it easier for parents to share information from home and be more involved in children's learning.

For example, there are online systems that parents can log onto and a book sharing scheme to help encourage learning at home. • At times, staff plan and provide too much for children to choose from, this means that they cannot support children at all of the activities to extend their learning. • Occasionally, staff are not consistently aware of when younger, less confident children, are ready to share information about their learning.

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