Fareham charity receives fifth ‘Outstanding’ rating by Ofsted in row

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A SUPPORT charity has been given an ‘outstanding’ rating by Ofsted for the fifth year in a row.

The Rainbow Centre in Fareham was given the honour by the education inspectors last month which means the charity has held the rating since 2012.

A statement from the centre said: ‘As a team we work incredibly hard to support all of our children with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders to achieve the best possible outcome.

‘We continually strive to make a difference, not just for our children but also for their families.

‘We never stop looking into possibilities to improve the high-quality, specialised service that we provide even further and maintaining our outstanding Ofsted result yet again is a testament to this.’

The charity supports children with cerebral palsy and adults with Parkinson’s.

They help more than 100 children and adults. For more details, head to rainbowcentre.org.