Nursery receives impressive Ofsted report

Boy with muddy handsOur nursery has been awarded “good” by government watchdog Ofsted, in their latest inspection on 18th April 2016. The report, says that the nursery, which cares for over 100 children and employs almost 35 staff, provides interesting activities that motivate children to learn.

A summary of the report’s key findings says:

  • Children make good progress and develop skills that will help them with their next stage in learning. Staff use their qualifications and experience well.
  • Children behave well. They share, take turns and respect each other’s feelings. Children develop positive relationships with staff and each other.
  • Partnerships with parents, other providers and professionals are strong and effective.
  • Children behave and treat each other with respect and consideration.
  • Children build good relationships with their special key-person and understand what is expected of them.
  • Children enjoy a well-resourced outside area. They have lots of opportunities to play and explore outside and go on interesting outings.

Vadna Chauhan, manager at our nursery, was delighted with the Ofsted judgement and said:

As a staff team, we are really proud of the children in our care and their eagerness to explore, develop and learn in the rich and stimulating environment that we provide. We would like to say a big thank you to all our parents and carers, external professionals who work with us and the Board of Trustees and CEO who have given us on-going support and encouragement.

You can download a copy of the report below:

Ofsted inspection report (pdf)