We are extremely proud that Broadstone Christian Nursery was rated Outstanding in our last Ofsted inspection. Here is what Ofsted said about us.
"Staff have high expectations of what children can achieve and quickly adapt activities to include and challenge each child individually"
Ofsted August 2015 (Awarded Outstanding)
"Children relish their time at the setting. They enjoy affectionate, sensitive and caring relationships, with staff who know them extremely well and inspire them with their own enthusiasm."
Ofsted December 2009 (Awarded Outstanding)
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. Ofsted inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
Our Ofsted report can be viewed here: Inspection report (URN): 511381 >
Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is outstanding:
- Children's health and safety are of paramount importance to staff. They maintain very safe and secure environments and complete risk assessments with children. This provides valuable practical activities to help children learn about keeping safe.
- Staff work very closely with parents and carers to plan each child's learning accurately, and continually review their progress. This helps every child to fulfil their learning potential and make rapid progress.
- Staff promote children's behaviour exceptionally well. They are very good role models who promote traditional values. As a result, children show kindness to others, form warm friendships and have loving attachments to staff.
- Staff provide a wealth of activities to nurture children's independence and self confidence. This helps to prepare older children very well for their move to school.
- Children show a great sense of pride in their nursery. They are keen to show visitors their favourite things and help with great enthusiasm when asked.
- Management and staff rigorously evaluate the quality of the nursery provision and include the views of parents and children. This results in staff continually reviewing and improving the routines, and providing many new experiences to meet each child's needs.