Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Highlights from Latest Inspection
Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is good The manager provides staff with good support to help them to improve further their professional skills. Recent training has helped staff to extend the range of activities available, to support children's understanding of the uses of technology.
Staff are skilled in helping children to develop their communication and language, especially for those children who speak English as an additional language. Children learn to communicate using sign language and respond well to visual prompts. Staff provide children with a good level of challenge to support their literacy skills.
Children learn to recognise letters and their sounds. They identify the sounds ...they can hear in words and practise writing these. They are keen to write their names to label their artwork.
Children make good progress and gain a good foundation for their future learning. Staff manage children's behaviour successfully. Children are clear about what is expected of them and behave well.
They learn to share, take turns and overcome disagreements with their friends. It is not yet outstanding because: The manager does not monitor children's assessment information thoroughly enough, to identify where their learning experiences can be targeted more precisely. Staff do not consider how they can fully challenge children to develop their critical- thinking and reasoning skills.