Take a look at the latest Ofsted Report.
“Staff establish warm relationships with the children and support them well when they move between rooms as they grow and develop. Staff get down to children's level during interaction to maintain eye contact, which helps to teach children the social skills they require to form friendships. Children develop confidence because staff praise their efforts and achievements, they as enthusiastically ask for 'high-fives'.
Staff provide a good range of activities to promote children's development across all areas of learning. Older children learn about diversity as staff plan activities that teach them about the wider world. Younger children develop physical skills and balance as they explore the large garden equipment.”
Ofsted report February 2015