A community-based pre-school in Bradley Stoke has been rated “good” by an Ofsted inspector, who visited the ‘early years’ care provider earlier this month.
Trinity Pre-School, which operates from two room in the Holy Trinity Community Centre, provides care for 31 children and employs seven members of staff.
The inspector writes:
“The knowledgeable staff work together well to meet the individual needs of all children. Consequently, overall, children make good progress in their learning and development.”
“Staff regularly reflect on their practice and take good account of the views of parents and children to help them continuously take steps to improve the service they provide. They provide a safe, secure environment where children settle well, are happy and confident.”
“Excellent partnerships with parents and other professionals underpin the tailored support that staff provide to help each child achieve their full potential.”
The school could improve its provision by giving children more opportunities to try things out, solve problems, be creative, take risks and use trial and error to work things out, adds the inspector.
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