Summary of key findings for parents
Strong leadership and effective self-evaluation have enabled the setting to maintain its good quality service since the last inspection. For example, further improvements to arrangements for the two-year-old progress check enable even better communication between staff, parents and health professionals.
Well-qualified staff support children’s development successfully. Staff play alongside children and enhance their learning skilfully overall. Children make good progress and develop a secure foundation for their future learning.
Staff support children’s literacy development well and provide a range of interesting activities that motivates children to practise their early reading and writing skills. For instance, staff help older children as they create stories and teach them about letters and their sounds, and babies enjoy making marks in the sand.
Staff prioritise supporting children’s good health. For example, they provide lots of fun ways for children to be physically active, and work with parents to help them learn about the nutritional content of food.