05 January 2017
Bright Horizons Bramingham Day Nursery and Preschool in Luton has been rated ‘Good’ after its most recent Ofsted inspection.
The nursery received its inspection on December 7th and was rated as ‘Good’ in all four areas of inspection: Effectiveness of the leadership and management; Quality of teaching, learning and assessment; Personal development, behaviour and welfare; Outcomes for children.
Inspection activities included Nursery Manager Claire Green taking part in two joint observations with the lead inspector and the inspectors observing the quality of teaching during activities indoors and outdoors and assessed the impact this has on children’s learning:
- Staff have strong partnerships with parents. They work together collaboratively to ensure that children’s care and learning needs are consistently promoted. Parents speak highly of staff and they have good relationships with their children’s key person.
- Children have good opportunities for outdoor experiences. Staff take young babies for regular walks in the local community while older children explore the many interesting activities available to them in the stimulating garden.
- The manager and her staff team evaluate their work. They include the views of parents and children and make positive changes, where relevant, to improve.
“I’m delighted the dedication of the staff has been recognised in our latest report from Ofsted,” said Smith. “We will continue striving to ensure that we are constantly providing the best learning environment for the children in our care and seek to make further improvements as such as we move forward.”