Briston nursery judged good by Ofsted
The provision of care at a nursery in Briston is good, according to an Ofsted report.An inspector visited the Briston Community Nursery School at the Copeman Centre, in Hall Street, in October and found that the children's needs are well met and they are provided with a good range of stimulating activities.
THE provision of care at a nursery in Briston is good, according to an Ofsted report.
An inspector visited the Briston Community Nursery School at the Copeman Centre, in Hall Street, in October and found that the children's needs are well met and they are provided with a good range of stimulating activities.
The report praises the use of the outdoor area, noting that children spend a good proportion of their time outside while also recognising that the overall learning environment is well planned to encourage children's choice and independence
It states: “Children are busily occupied during their time at the setting and as a result behave appropriately. They are able to follow simple instructions and encouraged to be polite. They are learning skills for the future as they learn to be independent and develop skills in literacy and information technology.”
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To further improve the setting, the nursery has been recommended to consider ways of improving security systems within the building and encourage children to recognise the importance of keeping healthy by working with parents and by giving regular explanations in the daily routine.
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