The learning Tree Pre school nursery

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About The learning Tree Pre school nursery

Name The learning Tree Pre school nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address St. Philips Church Hall, Chatterton Road, Ramsbottom, Bury, Lancashire, BL0 0PQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Leadership is strong. The senior team is committed to providing high-quality provision. Leaders and staff constantly reflect on quality and practice.

They identify areas to develop and implement positive changes. This has helped them to maintain a good standard. • Staff arrive early each day and transform the hall into an inspiring and stimulating learning environment.

Children are eager to attend and arrive with huge smiles, ready to play and discover. They are happy, self-assured and independent learners. Children make their own choices from an exciting range of resources.

• Children make typical and good progress. Overall, long-servin...g and qualified staff use their skills and experience well. They provide opportunities and experiences that ignite children's thirst for learning.

However, sometimes staff do not fully support children's listening and attention skills, particularly during group activities. • The experienced special educational needs coordinator and staff work tremendously well with external agencies. Together they provide first-rate support for children with special educational needs/and or disabilities.

Children who require additional help make excellent progress, in relation to their level of development on entry. • Staff truly value the unique ways that children learn. They identify preferred patterns of play and provide opportunities for children to demonstrate these.

For example, older boys delight in activities that allow them to spin and make circle shapes. They quickly rotate salad spinners and operate water wheels. Younger children transport items to areas of their choosing.

• Staff involve all parents in children's learning. They share rich and varied ideas to help parents to support children's learning at home. However, leaders have not yet established highly effective methods to share information with local schools, to provide a consistent approach towards supporting the skills and capabilities of older children.

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