Brentford Nursery Celebrates 'Good' Rating from Ofsted

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Staff and children celebrate the 'Good' Ofsted rating
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January 27, 2023

Ofsted has recently published its report on the Brentford Day Nursery & Preschool in which it was rated as ‘Good’ the second highest level.

An inspection visit was made to the site on Half Acre last November and the inspector ranked the school ‘Good’ in all the categories measured.

The report states, “Children make choices about their play and select resources independently to develop and explore their own ideas. They are happy and eager to learn. The nursery is a very inclusive setting. Staff include all children in the activities and experiences.”

Nursery Manager Tracey, who was praised in the report, said "I am delighted with the outcome of our recent inspection; I have an amazing team here at Brentford and every day truly is a team effort to ensure we are constantly delivering the highest quality care and education to our children. The team deserve the recognition of their efforts highlighted in the Ofsted report and I am very proud."

The nursery is part of the Family First Nursery Group including Little Garden Day Nurseries which has a number of sites across the south east.

The Brentford nursery is situated in a former Victorian school building and spread across two floors, offering plenty of space both indoors and out.

It has 45 spaces for children aged from 3 months to 4 years old.

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