A nursery school near Bradley Stoke has been rated “satisfactory” by an Ofsted inspector, who visited the ‘early years’ care provider in June.
The privately-owned Barn Owl nursery in Hambrook has a capacity for 20 children between the ages of two and five and it currently has 26 on roll.
The inspector wrote:
“The nursery offers a happy environment, where children are supported by caring adults. Children are making good progress in their learning and development, given their starting points.”
Areas identified as needing improvement are hygiene practices, planning for individuals and groups and the provision of information to parents.
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