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This provision is good • Staff have a good understanding of young children and how they learn. They use the knowledge they gain from training and development opportunities effectively when they plan activities for children.
As a result, children play and learn in a stimulating environment. • Staff work closely with parents. They make sure that they use the information shared by parents to help children feel welcome.
They also follow children's interests from home to encourage children to engage in learning. As a result, children settle well at the nursery. • Managers work well with external partners, such as the local authority, to review, develop and improve the quality... of provision in the nursery.
For example, in the recently developed outdoor literacy cabin, children can select from a range of tools, such as chalk and paintbrushes, to make marks. • Staff make children's health and well-being a high priority. Staff supervise children carefully and make sure they are suitably clothed and protected for the weather conditions.
They check and change nappies regularly. • Staff identify appropriately challenging next steps for children. Children make good progress.
Younger children are prepared for their progression through the nursery and older children are well prepared for school. • Staff are good role models for children. They are polite to children and to each other.
Children behave well and need only gentle reminders from staff about what is expected of their behaviour when they are at nursery. • At times, staff speak to children using language that is casual or inappropriate to their level of understanding. For example, staff may refer to themselves and children by name when the children understand the use of 'I', 'me' and 'you'.