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  • The manager makes good use of the views of staff, parents and children to evaluate and improve all aspects of the playgroup. For example, extensive improvements to the outside areas have ensured richer opportunities for children to develop their physical skills and overall learning. There is a good variety of high-quality and age-appropriate resources that children thoroughly enjoy.

  • Partnerships with parents are well developed. Parents speak positively about the care their children receive. Parents and staff share ongoing information regarding children's good progress and ways to continue their learning at home.

  • All children have good opportunities to develop their physical skills. For example, children negotiate age-appropriate equipment to swing and climb, and ride wheeled toys with confidence.

  • Staff promote children's language and early communication skills in a range of effective ways. For example, children learn songs in different languages and new words and phrases through singing rhymes and stories.

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