Upottery Preschool CIO

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About Upottery Preschool CIO

Name Upottery Preschool CIO
Ofsted Inspections
Address Upottery, Honiton, Devon, EX14 9QT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Devon
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good The manager and staff constantly seek to make improvements to maintain good-quality outcomes for children. Effective monitoring enables the manager to measure the impact of changes on children's learning.

For example, since simplifying how they share children's next steps, they now receive more information from parents about children's achievements at home for staff to use in their assessments. All children make good progress, relative to their starting points. Staff observations and assessments of children's progress are precise.

The manager's good tracking enables her to quickly identify any gaps in learning, which she and staff address when plan...ning. Children are happy and well behaved, with good self-esteem. The effective key-person system helps children to settle in.

They quickly develop very good relationships with staff and each other, helping them to feel emotionally secure. Support for children who have special educational needs is extremely good. The manager and staff have very strong relationships with other professionals involved with children.

They share information very well to ensure consistency when planning for future progress. It is not yet outstanding because: Activities to teach children about technology lack challenge for the older children. Although younger children have good practical skills, sometimes, staff intervene to help them without encouraging them to do things for themselves first, for example, at mealtimes.

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