Key Points in the Report*
The manager has a sound knowledge and understanding of how to plan and deliver
learning opportunities for individual children and to observe, assess and support their
There is a suitable range of resources in place to support children's learning needs.
The manager understands the need to keep children safe and healthy and to manage
their behaviour appropriately.
The manager has a secure understanding of safeguarding practice and the procedures
to follow if concerns are raised about a child to help keep them safe.
The manager understands the importance of working with parents as partners in their
child's care, learning and development.
The manager has established a range of policies and procedure guidelines to enable
children to play an active role in their care and well-being.
The manager is aware of the importance of evaluating practice to drive improvement in
the quality of the provision for children.
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