In their report, OFSTED said:
Children all feel happy and safe while they play with each other and confidently explore their environment. Babies enjoy playing with a wide range of toys which stimulate their senses, such as bells and shiny mirrors. They receive lots of affection and show good levels of emotional well-being. Staff know children’s routines well and offer small challenges to help move their physical development forward.
Toddlers enjoy singing Christmas songs and get plenty of exercise during their creative musical sessions. Staff share in their excitement during a special visit from Father Christmas, helping them take photos to share with their family members so they can recall the experience.