Nursery delighted to get outstanding rating again

From left, Fearn Walker, nursery manager Shirley Faichen, Scarlett Ridley, Kirsty Martin, Isobel Buchannan, and Eden Cerdan. 'Picture: Ian Hargreaves (150156-1)

From left, Fearn Walker, nursery manager Shirley Faichen, Scarlett Ridley, Kirsty Martin, Isobel Buchannan, and Eden Cerdan. 'Picture: Ian Hargreaves (150156-1)

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  • Alverbridge Nursery achieved outstanding on their recent Ofsted report
  • The report highlighted the partnership with parents and the range of resources available for children
  • Staff were over the moon with the result
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Continuing with its high standards, a nursery achieved outstanding on their latest Ofsted report.

Leaders at Alverbridge Nursery in Gosport, were thrilled with the rating – the third inspection in a row that they have got it.

We always want to maintain our high standards and we have procedures in place for that.

Dawn Street

In the report, the inspector highlighted the partnership staff have with parents as well as the range of resources available for the children.

Deputy manager Dawn Street said they were over the moon with the rating.

‘We were delighted when we saw the report,’ she said.

‘We have some good verbal feedback on the day but we were still over the moon to get outstanding again.

‘At the nursery, we are constantly working at coming up with new ideas and reflecting on our progress.

‘We always want to maintain our high standards and we have procedures in place for that.’

The inspector noted in her report that the ‘children are flourishing and achieving their full potential under the care of extremely knowledgeable and inspirational staff team’.

It added: ‘Staff provide the children with extensive opportunities to explore their surroundings through high-quality sensory experiences, a wide variety of resources and extremely-well equipped areas.’

Dawn added: ‘We were really happy that the inspector picked up on the resources we have and that the children are achieving their 
potential thanks to the staff we have here.’

‘In the report, it also spoke about the partnership we have with parents which we think is important.

‘Parents know the child best and it is important that we work with them to continue the development of the child at home and at the nursery.’

The nursery in Stone Lane is for children from 12 weeks old to four years old.

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