Local nursery The Old Station Nursery in Stratford-upon-Avon has received a ‘Good’ Ofsted grading, following their recent inspection.
The nursery, which joined the group in 2021, provides full time and part time care for children aged 0-3 years old.
The most recent Ofsted inspection mentioned that “Children and babies enjoy a wide range of activities that support sensory exploration and give them opportunities to make marks. Staff inspire children to get involved in accordance with their interests.”
Continuing with “Children’s good health is addressed well. They eat healthy and nutritious food and enjoy activities outdoors every day. Mealtime routines are used effectively to help support children’s independence.”
The nursery provides a safe and enriching setting for children to grow, learn and play. The team ensure that there are plenty of fun and stimulating learning and developmental opportunities for all the children.
Commenting on the recent grading, Nursery Manager Lucy Stanley commented “The nursery strives to provide care and teaching to a high standard for all children, helping them grow, whilst gaining essential knowledge and skills for life from an early age. We enable children to learn and develop at their own pace, following their own interests.”
She continued with “I am very proud of what the entire team have achieved from this inspection. We work incredibly hard daily, showing dedication to the setting, children, and families.”
Sarah Steel, the Chair of The Old Station Nursery Group, also commented:
“Well done to the team at The Old Station Nursery Stratford for their Ofsted grading of ‘Good’. This is such an achievement for all involved – a huge thank you to everyone for their continued hard work”
Named as the 12th largest nursery group in the UK (Nursery Chains league, March 2022), The Old Station Nursery Group cares for up to 4744 children in 71 nurseries across the UK.