Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They report directly to Parliament and are independent and impartial. They inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages. At St Edmund’s we have 3 separate inspections – for the Nursery School, the Children’s Centre and the Childcare Provision (EY Register). We are currently outstanding across all 3 areas.
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Nursery Ofsted Report 2014/2015
“Achievement is outstanding. The majority of children move on to their primary schools with skills that are in line with and often above those expected for their age in almost all areas of learning. They are extremely well prepared for the next stage in their education”.
Early Years Register Ofsted Report 2013/2014
“Practitioners have high expectations of what children can do, and as a result children thrive and are well motivated to learn in this extremely welcoming nursery”.
Children’s Centre Ofsted Report 2011/2012
“St Edmund’s Children’s Centre is at the heart of its community and is extremely successful, providing an outstanding quality of service for all its children and families. The centre is exceptionally well led, with outstanding teamwork leading to excellent provision for families. Responsibilities are distributed across the staff team, which ensures that each member of staff plays an important part in the children’s centre and its delivery of a range of excellent services. Many of the staff are former centre users, volunteers or students and they provide excellent role models for their community. Their enthusiasm, professionalism, commitment and dedication to raising standards are exemplary”.