Nuffy Bear Day Nursery


Name Nuffy Bear Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspection Rating Good
Inspection Date 14 August 2019
Address Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Centre, Peaches Close, SUTTON, Surrey, SM2 7BJ
Phone Number 02087707858
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnChildren demonstrate great social skills and form strong friendships. They show this when they eagerly help each other to complete tasks. Children actively play together and engage in conversation to help develop their ideas together. nStaff understand the children well as individuals. They adapt their practice effectively to meet children’s individual needs. This includes by developing consistent and personal strategies to help children learn how to manage their behaviour. All staff focus well on children’s next steps in learning as they play and interact with them to support their development.nAt times, staff do not act on opportunities that arise in their interactions with children to promote the development of numeracy skills, such as counting. nManagers monitor staff’s practice robustly. They support the highly qualified staff well to help them develop skills and knowledge to improve their practice. They have successfully worked with staff to support them in developing good teaching skills that help children to develop and consider their own ideas as they play. nChildren, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), make good progress from their starting points. Staff work well in partnership with other professionals to provide additional support to help children with SEND work towards or meet the typical outcomes for their ages.nChildren benefit from healthy lifestyles. They show an enthusiasm for nutritious foods during activities that promote healthy eating, including smoothie making. Children have many opportunities to exercise and to develop their physical skills. For example, they have regular swimming lessons. nStaff do not consistently challenge children enough to encourage them to persevere more or to focus for longer periods of time on activities.