Our recent Ofsted report in October 2016 assessed us as being good and summarised:
The manager and staff reflect accurately on the service they provide and focus on continuous improvement. This has enabled the setting to maintain its good quality service since the previous inspection.
Staff prioritise children's emotional development and use a range of successful strategies to support children through times of change. For example, staff have good links with the local primary school and take older children on regular visits to the school to help prepare them for the change ahead.
Staff know children well and an effective key-person system is in place. Staff make good use of children's observations and consider their interests to inform planning. Children are excited and motivated to learn. They make good progress and develop skills that prepare them well for their next stage of learning.
Staff make good use of opportunities to support children's mathematical language as they play. For example, children joined in with staff counting beyond 20 to measure the amount of time for each child's turn as they jumped on a small trampoline.
A complete copy of our Ofsted report is available here