“The children are settled and happy in the nursery where their needs are well met and they make good progress to early learning goals. A well maintained and organised indoor and outdoor environment enables them to safety participate in a wide variety of activities and experiences.”
“A well qualified and experienced staff team and highly motivated to continually improve the quality of the provision. Management and staff work together with parents and children to continually improve outcomes for children. Effective self-evaluation identifies strengths and highlights development areas which are effectively targeted and frequently monitored to test out the impact on the quality of children’s care, learning and development.
For example, gathering information from parents about their children’s learning at home to help key workers build a fuller picture of children’s knowledge, skills and abilities , interests and preferred learning styles and help children maximise their opportunities.”
“The organisation of the premises, availability of resources and development of staff effectively support children’s learning and development whilst promoting their welfare and well-being. There is a good two way flow of information between parents, carers and the nursery to ensure appropriate support is in place for children to take a full active part in nursery life.”
Our sister site the Fire Station Day Nursery was open for less than 5 months when we received our first Ofsted inspection. Ofsted findings are that we are achieving GOOD (2) in all aspects of our childcare provision.