Tiddlywinks Day Nursery Ltd

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About Tiddlywinks Day Nursery Ltd

Name Tiddlywinks Day Nursery Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address 101 North Road, Clayton, Manchester, M11 4NE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Manchester
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstandingnLeaders demonstrate sheer determination in the drive for excellence.

They receive compliments in abundance that highly commend their commitment to putting children at the very heart of practice. Leaders disseminate their first-rate knowledge exceptionally well to staff in the nursery and those at other settings.nAdditional funding is used extremely well.

For example, children visit the local art gallery. They are in awe as they look at big paintings. Children eagerly make their own artistic interpretations.

These are then displayed at a local exhibition. Children talk with great enthusiasm about what they see and invent their own sto...ries. This helps them to develop superb speaking and storytelling skills.

nChildren are excellent communicators. Staff support children's language skills exceptionally well, swiftly identifying where they need extra support. They work incredibly closely with parents and professionals to rapidly close gaps in children's learning.

For example, staff ensure that parents can access 'play and talk' sessions with their children at times that suit them best.nLeaders expertly gather the views of parents and children. For example, a recent survey revealed that children were not accessing books as well as they could.

Leaders have made innovative changes to the learning environment, such as developing extremely enticing 'reading gardens' in each room. All children now show a great fondness for reading. They demonstrate exceptional literacy skills.

nLeaders find inventive ways to keep parents very well informed about children's excellent progress. For example, staff share annotated videos and photograph books with parents. These show the highly exciting activities and enticing learning experiences that children participate in.

Staff encourage parents to use precise and targeted strategies to help children to continue learning at home.nAll children form extremely close bonds with staff and firm friendships with their peers. They behave impeccably and are very kind and courteous.

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