Reaching for the sky

DELIGHT Trudy Duncan, early years manager at Sharps Copse Nursery with, from left, Layton Willis, Roxy Stedman, Alex Hunter and Ruby Rapsom.   Picture: Sarah Standing (113712-8694)
DELIGHT Trudy Duncan, early years manager at Sharps Copse Nursery with, from left, Layton Willis, Roxy Stedman, Alex Hunter and Ruby Rapsom. Picture: Sarah Standing (113712-8694)
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TRUDY Duncan and the children at Sharps Copse Nursery are celebrating an outstanding Ofsted report.

Mrs Duncan, the early years manager at the nursery in Prospect Lane, West Leigh, said she was delighted that the nursery had achieved the highest level possible for the second time running.

The report by the government’s inspectors said the staff were ‘a team striving for the best for the children in its care.’

They went on: ‘The nursery provides a highly inclusive learning environment, catering exceptionally well for the varying needs of its children.

‘The children are happy, friendly, independent and motivated to learn. They make excellent progress, due to the very good adult support.’

Mrs Duncan said her predecessor set very high standards which, thanks to an inspiring and committed team and the help of parents, they have been able to build on.

She added: ‘The children are amazing and we never underestimate what they can achieve.

‘Together we work hard to give them a safe environment to explore, learn and reach for the sky.’