Zikora Day Nursery And Preschool

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Zikora Day Nursery And Preschool


Name Zikora Day Nursery And Preschool
Ofsted Inspection Rating Good
Inspection Date 27 February 2019
Address Unit 7, Ibex House, 1 Forest Lane, London, Newham, E15 1HR
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Catchment Area Information Available No
Last Distance Offered Information Available No

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The management team works together efficiently to run the nursery and is committed to providing children with high-quality learning experiences. The manager supports staff to monitor children’s progress, reflect on their practice and improve outcomes for children. • The staff team is very vigilant and the manager ensures that the adult-to-child ratio is consistently maintained. Staff are deployed well and complete thorough daily risk assessments to help ensure that the premises are fully secure. The team constantly supervises children and promotes their safety effectively. • The manager promotes children’s health and well-being effectively. There are suitable facilities for the hygienic preparation of food. Children benefit from healthy, nutritious and freshly cooked meals. The staff ensure that the menu suits the children’s individual dietary needs. Staff obtain advice on healthy choices and portion control to promote healthy lifestyles. • The environment is welcoming and bright. Children can independently choose what they want to play with from a wide range of toys and resources. Staff consider the children’s current interests so that children are well engaged and keen to participate. • The small team works closely together and has strong partnerships with parents and professionals. Staff communicate well to meet children’s needs. Children form good relationships with their key person and other staff, which helps them to feel safe and secure. Children behave well. • At times, staff do not recognise when they need to provide more resources, particularly in the baby room, to help reduce children’s disagreements. • Staff do not place sufficient emphasis on reflecting the different languages spoken by children to help support their learning and broaden their understanding of each other and the wider world.