Wheatcroft Preschool Playgroup

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About Wheatcroft Preschool Playgroup

Name Wheatcroft Preschool Playgroup
Ofsted Inspections
Address St Michael’s Youth Hall, Filey Road, SCARBOROUGH, North Yorkshire, YO11 3AA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Sessional day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthYorkshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager meticulously monitors the progress that children are making. She reviews children's observations to ensure that these are completed accurately. The manager discusses individual and groups of children's learning with staff.

Together, they plan effective interventions and learning strategies. Children make consistently good rates of progress and any gaps in their learning begin to close. • Children have access to excellent learning opportunities indoors and outdoors.

Staff consider children's individual interests and next stages of learning, and incorporate these well into the provision plans. They provide a stimulating and welcoming en...vironment. This helps to maintain children's interests, focus and attention.

• Staff act as positive role models to children with their respectful, calm and nurturing approach. Staff are attuned to children's individual personalities. They understand what children need to build on their already good levels of self-confidence and self-esteem.

• Staff attend training to help to promote children's communication and language skills. They share what they have learned during staff meetings, which helps to maintain a consistently good level of teaching. • Staff collect information from parents about their child's interests and care needs when they first start at the setting.

However, parents do not yet contribute formally to initial assessments of children's starting points, to inform planning of precise learning opportunities immediately. • Staff complete the progress check for children aged between two and three years. However, they do not provide parents and other professionals with highly specific information about each child's age and stage of development on the child's actual progress check form.

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