Pre-school improvement plan 2019-2020
Robust and effective self-evaluation is carried out regularly and practice is monitored and reflected upon throughout the year. This process inevitably leads to the development of an annual Pre-school improvement plan. The plan is drawn up after input from internal stakeholders (i.e. staff, children, parents/carers, committee) and also from external stakeholders i.e. Pre-School Learning Alliance (PLA), Local Authority (LA) and OFSTED. The changing needs of the setting and the local area are always taken into account during this process of self-evaluation.
Our priorities for this year are:
Leadership and management
all internal stakeholders will be aware of the improvement priorities and contribute to the development and improvement of the whole setting through regular discussion
all staff will develop their awareness of levels of happiness and well-being in children and colleagues and ensure that individual and collective well-being underpins all we do
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment
Behaviour and attitudes
Quality of education
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
Here are some of the things Ofsted had to say about our wonderful pre-school:
Children flourish in the highly inspiring environment.
The pre-school promotes equality and challenges discrimination at all levels.
Partnerships with parents are highly successful.
Staff provide a superb range of activities that embraces the diversity of children's home lives.
The pre-school environment is exceptionally well resourced both inside and outside.
Children have high levels of self-esteem and are very confident. They learn outstanding social skills from staff who are first class role models.