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Sunnyside Hall, Coombe Hill Road, EAST GRINSTEAD, West Sussex, RH19 4LZ
Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Highlights from Latest Inspection
Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is outstanding • The provider, who is also the manager, and her staff create an exceptionally friendly and warm atmosphere.
Staff pay great attention to building excellent relationships with children, as well as with each member of their family unit. This helps to generate intense energy and enthusiasm throughout the nursery, enabling children to thrive and flourish in the first-rate environment. • The provider and her deputy manager are highly effective leaders, who are extremely successful in continuously evaluating the quality of the provision and making exceptionally well-targeted improvements.
This helps to ensure that children continue to achieve the... highest levels of outcomes in their learning. The provider knows how they can improve their process for monitoring and tracking children's progress even further. Following feedback from parents, the provider has sourced local green spaces where children can explore and play on grassed areas.
• Staff provide a wealth of natural and real-life resources for children to explore and investigate. Children take great delight in showing others what they have made from the dried leaves, petals and sea shells and are extremely successful in communicating and expressing themselves. Young children use china plates at mealtimes, which helps them to learn about their own safety and that of others.
• Children are extremely motivated to initiate their play and learning. For example, they take immense joy in making a 'potion' from collecting flower petals and picking herbs from the growing areas. They are able to articulate to others how they have created their play and achieved their desired outcome.
• Children develop an excellent awareness of the world around them and of their immediate community. For example, children make regular and well-planned visits to the local care home for older people and build effective relationships. They play games together, make paper aeroplanes, and also recently invited the residents to the nursery for afternoon tea.