Ann Bernadt Nursery is proud to announce that its latest OFSTED Inspection Report has been officially published today. The inspection, which took place on 6th February 2018 by Helen Ridding, Ofsted Inspector was the first short inspection carried out since the school was judged to be good in November 2013.
This inspection revealed that Ann Bernadt Nursery school continues to be a good School.
To download the latest full report, CLICK HERE.
Below are just a few of the very positive quotes offered by our inspector.
You work together closely and share an unwavering focus on securing improvements in the best interests of the children.
Parents and carers are overwhelmingly positive about the school. They value and appreciate the opportunities that you provide to help them understand their children’s learning and development.
Staff plan well-chosen initiatives to promote children’s understanding of mathematical concepts, such as the use of resources to number the toilet doors for the younger children.
The support for children who have SEN and/or disabilities is a strength of the school. You and your team work closely to provide individual children with ongoing support, for example through the use of ‘communication passports’.
Strong partnerships with parents and external agencies ensure that children’s needs are understood and met.
Despite the many changes since the last inspection, the introduction of two year-olds has certainly not detracted from the quality of education provided by the school, which continues to improve.