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About The Learning Tree

Name The Learning Tree
Ofsted Inspections
Address Chilton School, Ramsgate, CT11 0LQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kent
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children are eager to investigate and explore in the nurturing and welcoming environment. Staff make good use of activities such as role play to help support children to acquire new skills. For instance, children eagerly put on an assortment of different dressing-up clothes as they engage in imaginative play.

• Staff help to support children to develop their communication and language skills. For example, they sing action songs with them to introduce new vocabulary and reinforce actions with words. • Staff work well together as part of a team.

The manager deploys them effectively to ensure they closely supervise children at all times to maintain ...children's safety. • Staff are positive role models and understand the importance of having a consistent behaviour management approach to supporting children. For instance, staff have clear rules and boundaries in place, such as not running inside and having 'kind' hands.

Children's behaviour is good. • Staff celebrate children's achievements. For instance, they have special display units where they show off the models the children have made.

This helps to develop children's self-esteem and pride in their work. • At times, staff miss opportunities to challenge and extend children's learning to the highest levels and build on their thinking skills. • Staff do not always provide children with a wide range of resources to support them to practise their early writing skills.

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