Little Owls Nursery Burley Park

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Little Owls Nursery Burley Park


Name Little Owls Nursery Burley Park
Ofsted Inspection Rating Outstanding
Inspection Date 04 October 2018
Address St Matthias Street, Burley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS4 2DZ
Phone Number 0113 275 5044
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

The provision is outstanding • The quality of teaching across the nursery is excellent. Consequently, children are highly motivated to learn and are very eager to join in the rich, varied, imaginative experiences and activities in this purposeful learning environment. • Children throughout the nursery behave impeccably well and play and learn happily together. This is because of the consistent, strong relationships they have with adults who set an excellent example. • Partnerships with parents and external agencies are exemplary. Parents are full of praise and describe the nursery as a very special place for their children and themselves. • The leadership team is inspirational. It is extremely passionate about improving the lives of children and families. It has very high standards in the nursery and continually evaluates the effectiveness of its actions to help drive forward further improvements. • Staff use innovative ways to engage all children. They work hard to ensure any achievement gaps close swiftly so that children excel in their learning. • Staff promote excellent levels of hygiene. This helps to reduce the spread of infection substantially within the setting. Children quickly learn the importance of washing their hands and learn about germs. They relish completing tasks appropriate to their age, including assisting with helping to cut up fruit during snack time. • The whole staff team meticulously monitors the progress that children make and sets specific and sharply focused targets. These help children to make substantial progress and leads to outstanding achievement. This includes children who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities and those who receive additional funding.