Torwood House Nursery School

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About Torwood House Nursery School

Name Torwood House Nursery School
Ofsted Inspections
Address 27-29 Durdham Park, Redland, Bristol, Avon, BS6 6XE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • Staff know children extremely well and use this knowledge to plan meticulously to meet their individual needs. Managers carefully monitor children's progress to identify and tackle any gaps in achievement.

Children are prepared exceptionally well for the next stage in their education and make sustained progress from their starting points. • Staff provide excellent support for children's exceptional imaginations. In one room children and staff deal with a leaking washing machine and in another they build a spaceship from cardboard boxes.

• Staff provide an exciting array of stimulating resources for children to explore and experiment with. ...More natural resources and items that children can use and adapt as they please have been introduced throughout the nursery. This has enhanced children's play and learning.

• Children are extremely confident and proud of what they do. They eagerly ask if they can show visitors what they have been doing and tell them all about the collage they have created. • Children have excellent opportunities to develop their physical skills through an exciting range of activities, including boxercise and yoga.

• Staff provide unusual activities that engage and motivate children to learn in different environments. For example, children aged over two and a half regularly go to beach school and forest school activities. • The exceptional management team carefully monitors and supports staff to ensure the highest standards of teaching.

Excellent practice is recognised by a 'staff of the month' award and positive comments about staff practice are displayed in the foyer. • Staff work exceptionally well with parents to meet children's care and learning needs. They share information with parents in a wide variety of ways and hold annual mums' breakfasts and dads' breakfasts to welcome them into the nursery.

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