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Comment from March 2013 ‘The group offers an inclusive setting where children begin to value diversity. Staff work closely with other professionals and children who need additional support receive input through, individualised plans which ensure they progress to the best of their ability.’ ‘Staff foster children's preparation for school appropriately, by developing their confidence and independence through personal responsibility skills, such as tidying away after play and putting on and fastening their coats. Furthermore, resources are easily accessible to children, which foster their choice and independence.’ ‘Staff sufficiently support children to develop an understanding of the importance of physical exercise and a healthy diet. They support them in managing their own hygiene and personal needs.’ ‘Children have access in all weathers to a large well-resourced outdoor play area where they have regular daily exercise. This further contributes to promote children's health and well-being.’ ‘The indoor and outdoor learning environment encourages children's imagination and enables them to play an active role in their learning during routine sessions for self-chosen play.’ ‘Children show a sense of belonging and demonstrate that they feel safe. They gain self-esteem, learning to make friends with their peers from an early age.’ ‘The nursery has a good relationship with own local school and other schools in the area. Staff pass their individual reports on to the other professionals and this ensures consistency across their learning and development. This practice highlights sound partnership working to improve outcomes for children.
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Comment from March 2013 ‘The group offers an inclusive setting where children begin to value diversity. Staff work closely with other professionals and children who need additional support receive input through, individualised plans which ensure they progress to the best of their ability.’ ‘Staff foster children's preparation for school appropriately, by developing their confidence and independence through personal responsibility skills, such as tidying away after play and putting on and fastening their coats. Furthermore, resources are easily accessible to children, which foster their choice and independence.’ ‘Staff sufficiently support children to develop an understanding of the importance of physical exercise and a healthy diet. They support them in managing their own hygiene and personal needs.’ ‘Children have access in all weathers to a large well- resourced outdoor play area where they have regular daily exercise. This further contributes to promote children's health and well-being.’ ‘The indoor and outdoor learning environment encourages children's imagination and enables them to play an active role in their learning during routine sessions for self-chosen play.’ ‘Children show a sense of belonging and demonstrate that they feel safe. They gain self- esteem, learning to make friends with their peers from an early age.’ ‘The nursery has a good relationship with own local school and other schools in the area. Staff pass their individual reports on to the other professionals and this ensures consistency across their learning and development. This practice highlights sound partnership working to improve outcomes for children.