"Children develop good independence skills. They confidently serve themselves drinks at snack time and fetch tissues to wipe their own noses. Staff are attentive and children's key persons ensure that their personal care needs are well met.."
"Children engage thoughtfully and positively in conversations about the books that they share. They listen attentively to stories in small groups and look at books independently. This supports their speaking and listening skills."
"Children develop good bonds with the staff. They benefit from the close support that they receive throughout their day. As a result, children feel safe. Children keenly join in with the familiar routines. For example, they help to tidy away toys on staff's request. Children learn to get along well together. Where there are occasional disagreements, they express their views and seek appropriate support from staff to resolve their difficulties."
Ofsted Report February 2020