Ofsted inspections lead to good reports for nursery and after-school club

March 28 2016

A NURSERY in Yate and a Chipping Sodbury after-school club have both been assessed as good by inspectors from education watchdog Ofsted.

A NURSERY in Yate and a Chipping Sodbury after-school club have both been assessed as good by inspectors from education watchdog Ofsted.
The Little Acorns Nursery, based on the site of St Paul’s Catholic Primary School in Sundridge Park, Yate, and Raysfield After-School Club were each registered in 2014.
Inspector June Robinson said children and their families were well supported by leaders and managers at Little Acorns.
She said teaching was good and staff had a good understanding of how children learned, planning challenging activities to promote their individual needs and interests.
The children were well behaved, learned to share well and showed respect and consideration for others.
Ofsted’s Dominique Allotey said staff at the after-school club sited at Raysfield Junior School in Finch Road promoted positive behaviour among the children and taught them good social skills.
They planned a wide range of activities which engaged the youngsters and captured their interests. She said they also liaised with the school effectively to meet the children’s needs and had a good understanding of their roles and responsibilities to protect youngsters from harm and to safeguard their welfare.