Norwich pre-school is praised by Ofsted inspectors
Children who attend a Sprowston pre-school are making good progress in their learning and development, according to government inspectors.
School Lane Pre-School in Sprowston was visited by Ofsted inspectors who found that children at the school were well provided for in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
The inspection, which took place last month, found that the overall effectiveness of the early years provision was good, as was the effectiveness of the leadership and management of early years provision.
Also rated good by the inspectors was the quality of provision of the Early Years Foundation Stage and the outcomes for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
A maximum of 26 children from two-plus to under five years may attend the pre-school at any one time.
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There are currently 24 children within the Early Years Foundation Stage on roll and the setting is in receipt of government funding for nursery education. There are four members of staff, plus one volunteer, who work with the children, all of whom hold appropriate qualifications for their role. The setting receives support from the local authority.
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