Ofsted joy for Great Yarmouth’s Priory day nursery
A Great Yarmouth day nursery has received a glowing report from Ofsted and hailed as outstanding across the board.
Priory Day Nursery is described as an 'outstanding provision, where children receive exemplary support to help them learn and develop and where their welfare is of paramount importance'.
It is a big turnaround for the nursery which was judged satisfactory five years ago which it says is a reflection of the quality and hard work of all the staff.
Priory Day Nursery is part of the Priory Children's Centre and is run by Great Yarmouth Community Trust. There are currently 100 children aged from three months to under five years on the roll.
In her report, inspector Patricia Spencer said: 'The nursery is centred around the children, who are managed and cared for to an extremely high level. Highly skilled and very well-qualified staff support all children in making extremely good progress towards all the early learning goals.'
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Great Yarmouth Community Trust chief executive Andrew Forrest said: 'We are delighted. It is the result of a lot of hard work to continuously raise standards in the care and education of children in the nursery. We are really proud of the staff and their commitment and what they bring every day to working with the children in the nursery. It is great that the level of skill has been recognised by Ofsted.'
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