Treetops Stotfold

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About Treetops Stotfold

Name Treetops Stotfold
Ofsted Inspections
Address The Grange, 70 High Street, Stotfold, Hitchin, Herts, SG5 4LD
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CentralBedfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Leaders have worked hard with staff to address the actions raised at the last inspection, seeking guidance and support from the local authority. They have made significant improvements to provide children with a safe, welcoming and stimulating learning environment. • Leaders involve staff, parents and children in reviewing and evaluating the nursery.

They have established a clear action plan with staff to continue to drive improvements and enhance outcomes for children. • Staff know the children well. They observe children and accurately assess their progress in learning.

They plan effectively to support children's individual stage of development... and their emerging interests. Children make good progress. • Staff provide children with frequent opportunities to make their own choices and develop good independence.

Staff encourage children to self-select from a wide range of stimulating toys and resources both inside and outside. • Children form strong attachments to staff, who are caring and attentive to their needs. Staff give children lots of encouragement and praise.

This helps children to develop good levels of self-esteem. • The staff work very well together and act as good role models for children. They lead by example to help children understand each other's needs and rights to play.

Children learn to share and take turns willingly. • On a few occasions, strategies to fully involve parents in children's learning are not highly successful. • Some staff do not consistently recognise the opportunities that arise during children's play to build on their understanding and learning in early mathematics.

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