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Ofsted (2013) graded our setting as “Good.” We were told it had the potential to be outstanding.

The report stated that :
“It is not yet outstanding because: In some areas the planning structure does not always promote children’s independence fully.”



The key persons at the nursery base much of their activity planning on their in-depth knowledge of the children in their groups and on their individual needs and interests. This means children are able to become engaged in their learning.

Staff provide effective support for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities.

The self-evaluation process is well developed, efficient and continuous. There are reflective practice and evaluation systems throughout the nursery.