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Children are generally warmly welcomed into the nursery. However, the lack of challenge, vibrancy and vigour of the setting and staff prevents the children from developing positive attitudes to learning. They concentrate for periods of time and have formed good friendships. However, the routine generally requires children to wait in preference to being fully engaged. Staff have a limited understanding of the EYFS and as a result, do not effectively support children’s learning and development across the breadth of the EYFS, resulting in children’s poor progress.
There is no comprehensive planning in place. The activities are not linked to the elements of the early learning goals and are not planned to meet the next learning steps for children. There is no effective assessment system that informs planning or identifies next learning steps for individual children. As a result, children do not benefit from busy and productive sessions that include a balance of child-initiated and adult-led activities. Children are unchallenged and under-stimulated.
Children do not benefit from an enabling environment. Resources are generally pre-set by staff and other equipment is not easily and independently accessible to allow for independent choice, free expression and self-motivation. Opportunities are not explored to allow children’s natural creativity to be nurtured as the routine of the day stifles their inspiration. There are many missed opportunities throughout the day and staff do not explore the use of open-ended questions to heighten children’s natural curiosity.
Although there are learning zones within each room, these are not effectively developed to allow for representation of all areas of learning and development. This is particularly evident within the Tweenies and the pre-school room.
Although the children have access to a library and large woods, activities that allow them to explore and understand the world around them are limited. Children are not introduced to their local environment and have no perception of time, space or moment.
Children have access to outside play. However, the areas do not benefit from continuous provision to reflect the six areas of learning and children’s play is generally unchallenged and unsupported.
Adults generally promote the satisfactory health and safety of children, for example, they use simple explanation of safety rules. Children are encouraged to wash their hands throughout the day, although they are not reminded of the reasons why. Children’s nappies are changed regularly, however, routines fail to meet individual needs, as all nappies are checked and changed at the same time. In addition, although staff wear aprons and gloves, staff fail to remove the aprons in between changes, therefore risking the spread of infection. Children are changed in full view of all adults and children and therefore their privacy and dignity is not respected.
Sleep routines do not respect individual needs. All children are expected to sleep at the same time, with a few becoming upset and very emotional. Individual sleep preferences are not respected, therefore children’s basic needs go unnoticed. As a result, the nursery fails to provide an inclusive practice.
The nursery promotes a healthy eating policy and children are provided with healthy meals and snacks. However, meal times are not used effectively to promote children’s social and self-help skills as staff pour the children’s drinks and serve the children’s food. Staff fail to sit with the children and wear aprons and gloves to serve food. In addition, meal routine do not respect children’s individual needs, with children having to sit for long periods of time. Staff record children’s individual dietary needs and pass the information to the kitchen staff and meal time supervisors to ensure the children’s dietary needs are met. Although children are given drinks at mealtimes, staff fail to ensure children have constant access to fresh drinking water.
Although general risk assessments are completed for all rooms within the nursery, this system is not comprehensive. As a result, areas of the nursery are not adequately clean and equipment is not thoroughly checked for breakages and hygiene. As a result, children’s health is compromised.
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Payment of all fees, must be made in line with our payment policy, and payment plan:
Non-refundable Deposit / 1st Instalment – must be paid in advance to secure the place 1433.25 AED
Month 2 1433.25 AED
Month 3 1433.25 AED
Month 4 1433.25 AED
Month 5 1433.25 AED
Month 6 1433.25 AED
Month 7 1433.25 AED
Month 8 1433.25 AED
Month 9 1433.25 AED
Month 10 1433.25 AED
Total Course Fees 14,332.50 AED
Alternatively, you can pay the total fee amount in one payment prior the course starts.
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