Thorne Flowerpots

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About Thorne Flowerpots

Name Thorne Flowerpots
Ofsted Inspections
Address Thorne Childrens Centre, The Laurels, Fieldside, Thorne, DONCASTER, South Yorkshire
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Doncaster
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The manager and the qualified staff team have developed good links with the local authority and other professionals working with families. These links are used well to provide children with additional support at the very earliest opportunity. • Children behave well.

They learn how to share, take turns and consider the views of others. Staff are positive role models for children and they provide them with regular meaningful praise and encouragement. • Children settle quickly and enjoy their play.

The key-person system is effective. Staff spend time getting to know their key children well. They plan precise next steps for children's individual stage... of development and share many examples of how parents can support learning in the home environment.

Partnerships with parents are good. • The management team is very motivated and ambitious. The team strives to continuously improve the quality of service it provides and seeks the views of parents, staff and children to address any issues and develop clear improvement plans.

It is not yet outstanding because: • Sometimes, staff miss opportunities for younger children to hear and copy single words and to put words together that help to build up their speech and vocabulary even further. • Circle time is not as effective as possible. This means that some younger children are not as interested and older children become distracted and lose concentration in the learning that is taking place.