The Windmill Nursery Dartford

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About The Windmill Nursery Dartford

Name The Windmill Nursery Dartford
Ofsted Inspections
Address Brent Cp School, London Road, Dartford, DA2 6BA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kent
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children's emotional well-being is promoted extremely effectively.

Staff instil confidence in children and a strong motivation to learn. They use enthusiasm, encouragement and positive role modelling, and treat each child with dignity and respect. Children show that they feel safe and secure through their close bonds with staff.

These experiences support children's readiness for school highly. • Children with special educational needs and/or disabilities, and those who speak English as an additional language, are supported very well through the use of expressions, gestures, pictorial aids and signing. This helps to support their understanding, li...stening skills and speech, as well as their confidence to express their needs.

• Children are developing confident critical-thinking skills. Staff help them to solve problems and think for themselves to make sense of the world. • Children are supported to learn mathematical concepts through the daily routine.

They learn to recognise numerals, amounts and groups of objects, and associate daily events with numbers. This helps them to sort, compare and carry out simple addition. • Staff are very eager to improve their practice.

They work effectively with other professionals to provide a consistent and continual approach to children's learning and ongoing welfare. • Staff do not consistently use information gained through observations about how individual children learn best, to rigorously challenge and stretch their learning further. • Staff do not consistently give children time to process questions fully, to understand and respond to what they are being asked.

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