Toad Hall Nursery Hitchin

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About Toad Hall Nursery Hitchin

Name Toad Hall Nursery Hitchin
Ofsted Inspections
Address 23-25 Bury Mead Road, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, SG5 1RT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hertfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Managers support staff to progress in their roles effectively. They provide relevant training for staff to develop their practice.

They take on board staff's individual interests and strengths. Room leaders act as positive role models for members of the wider staff team. They support them effectively to develop their interactions with children positively.

• Children settle quickly into their daily routines at the nursery. Staff get to know the children well and develop positive relationships with them. They plan exciting activities for children based on their interests, which helps them to remain motivated and focused as they learn.

• Th...e managers and staff at the nursery build strong relationships with the children and their families. Parents enjoy attending the range of family activities on offer. Managers support parents to help their children to be ready for their move to school.

For instance, they provide training events for parents on topics such as supporting children to link letters to sounds so that they can improve their understanding of the subject further. • All children make good progress at the nursery. Staff work closely with parents when children start.

This helps them to accurately identify children's initial starting points. They monitor children's progress well and set them achievable next steps in their learning. • Staff do not consistently make the most of opportunities to extend older children's vocabulary fully.

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