Trinity Pre School

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About Trinity Pre School

Name Trinity Pre School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Angel Way, Romford, Essex, RM1 1JH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Havering
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

The provision is outstanding

Children thrive in this highly engaging environment. They smile and laugh amid a buzz of conversation with their friends and staff. Staff are excellent role models.

Their kind, gentle nature is mirrored by the children, who behave with compassion and care for one another. A well-thought-out 'buddy' system and 'friendship stop' help children consider one another's feelings and build relationships. Staff know children incredibly well and ensure a warm welcome greets all on arrival.

This helps children to settle quickly and form positive attachments with key persons. Staff skilfully deliver an ambitious curriculum.... They organise the environment to include focused activities and encourage children to make choices about their own play.

It is evident that children are highly motivated to learn, when they choose familiar activities such as a dice and threading game. They take turns rolling dice and counting flowers as they thread. Children are competent learners who seek to discover more.

Additional funding is used to support children to attend the setting regularly and benefit from the exceptional quality of education delivered by the highly skilled staff. The provider's vision for every child to make the best possible progress is abundantly clear. This has a significant impact on children's learning and they flourish within this setting.

What does the early years setting do well and what does it need to do better?

Staff feel thoroughly supported by the provider to continually improve their practice. They implement strategies from training around mental health to help them reflect on their own well-being and work together as an exceptionally supportive team. They have developed a rich understanding of children's emotional development and respond to potential anxieties with sensitivity.

A specially tailored 'emotions group' contributes to helping children make sense of their feelings and promotes their well-being incredibly well.Robust self-evaluation systems are in place to help the provider continually reflect on the already exceptional provision. She includes the views of parents, staff and children to identify areas to strengthen.

For instance, she is currently enhancing opportunities for children to express their creativity musically. Children make their own instruments, use technology to learn about instruments and explore music and rhythm during sessions delivered by external providers.Parent partnerships are excellent.

Parents speak highly of the exceptional support they receive and the positive impact it has on their family. Staff share ideas around behaviour management strategies to help promote a consistent approach and help children understand boundaries at pre-school and home successfully. Staff attend meetings, such as speech and language appointments, with parents and work together with them to ensure continuity.

This helps children develop excellent communication skills.Children are eager to investigate the wide array of resources and experiences available in the outdoor area. For instance, they relish opportunities to improve coordination when they throw and catch, dig in the sandpit, use large chalks and balance on beams.

Children develop an understanding of the world around them and their local community when they visit the local market to purchase fruit for snacks. Staff promote children's mathematical knowledge very well. Older children learn the value of coins, and younger children count pom-poms in a role-play area to 'buy food'.

Staff implement the outstanding curriculum extremely well. They expertly engage children in meaningful conversations, building on children's interest in how the human body grows, when they are exploring bulbs and plants. Older children investigate dry blocks of soil with tools, pour water on to watch it expand and use words such as 'absorb' when discussing how many jugs of water the block will hold.

Staff capture children's interest and foster a love of learning incredibly well. They encourage children to recall previous learning experiences. This helps children to remember what they learn.

Staff continually build on this foundation.The provider offers excellent services to support children with special educational needs and/or disabilities. They ensure meticulous monitoring of children's progress and robust systems for referring children who may require additional interventions, which helps children access support from external services swiftly.

Exceptional staff engage children in intensive learning programmes, such as a foam, coloured-dye and flowerpot activity. Children learn to wait and are thoroughly engaged as they anticipate what is to come. All children make excellent progress from their starting points.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.Staff have an excellent knowledge of safeguarding. They are clear about the signs of potential abuse and understand their responsibility to document information precisely.

They know the correct procedures to follow to escalate concerns regarding a child's welfare. Staff work extremely closely with the local safeguarding partnership. They shadow practitioners on case conferences to help raise their knowledge and understanding of child protection superbly.

Staff complete regular training and share information with children and parents about online safety. The provider ensures that safe recruitment processes are in place to maintain the suitability of those working with children. She holds children's well-being central to practice.

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