Little Trinity Nursery in Kidderminster is delighted to be ranked ‘Good’ in all areas following their recent Ofsted report.
Nursery Manager, Gaynor Carter, commented: “We are delighted to attain ‘good’ in all areas as this is our first Ofsted inspection since launching two years ago. Receiving such positive feedback and comments from the Ofsted Inspector is extremely rewarding.”
The Inspector stated that ‘Children are engaged and motivated to learn’ and ‘Staff skillfully encourage children to develop new skills’.
Little Trinity Nursery’s attractive classrooms are light, bright and airy with themed play areas encompassing toy and book libraries, Wendy houses, reading corners, paints and sandpits, as well as the all-important dressing up section.
Early Years personal, social and emotional development activities are encouraged, with the children supported as they investigate through touch, smell and taste, whilst creative play helps build literacy and numeracy skills, and supports the development of hand and eye co-ordination, motor skills and general communication with others.
The report continued: “Children are happy, confident and enjoy their time at the welcoming and friendly nursery.
“Children eagerly listen to well-read stories and are prompted to talk about what they can see and what they think may happen next.
“All children are gaining the skills that they need for their eventual move to school.”
Miss Carter added: “We really are extremely happy with this report and I am personally delighted for staff, as they have worked tirelessly to ensure our standards remain high so that we deliver the best outcomes for every child in our care.”