Good Ofsted for nursery school

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FREEDOM of play is a winner at a village nursery which has been graded good by Ofsted.

The Village Montessori Nursery School, based in Rowlands Castle Parish Hall, was praised for its child-centred setting which encouraged youngsters to have high levels of confidence and enthusiasm to learn.

Inspector Lynn Reeves reported: ‘Children make good progress in their learning and development because the setting is extremely child-centred and conducive to their growing independence and development.

‘Children are motivated and purposeful. There is a calm atmosphere and children behave well.’

There are nine children on roll.

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