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"The quality of teaching is good, with some outstanding elements; as a result, children show good levels of interest and are highly motivated, inquisitive and independent learners"
"Well embedded key person systems encourage close and loving interactions between children and their key person"
"Staff have a good knowledge of children's needs and use this to plan exciting and challenging activities that extend and support learning, children are keen and motivated to learn"
"There are well embedded safeguarding policies and procedures in place. As a result, children's well-being and safety are effectively promoted"
"Well established partnerships with parents are evident and parents feel empowered to play an active role in their child's learning and development and shared, sustained thinking is skilfully promoted by staff"
"Activities are creatively adapted to suit the needs of the age range of children that attend"
"Children are evidently well prepared in readiness for starting school. Children's knowledge of letters and sounds provide a solid foundation on which to base their future learning at school"
"There are good partnerships with local schools and reception class teachers are invited in to observe children in the setting"