|Children at Abbey Green Nursery School & Children’s Centre continues to receive a good standard of education as Ofsted inspectors judge the centre to be good for the fifth consecutive time.
The Bradford Council school has sustained its Good status, in every inspection, since it was inspected in 2004; 13 years ago.
In a very complimentary report, the inspector found “the leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the nursery since the last inspection” which was in April 2014, also saying “You and your staff have high expectations of what children can achieve.”
Children demonstrated how “caring and inclusive” they were in their behaviour; helping other children to put aprons on for play sessions and “displayed confidence in using sign language to communicate with other children.”
“The Local Authority has recognised and values this inclusivity and is currently designating the nursery as a special needs resource base.”
Staff have addressed all the recommendations from the previous inspection and other comments in the report include:
Headteacher, Margot Dixon, said: “We are delighted with this latest report as it is clear that Ofsted see the school as we do. Pupils, staff, parents and Governors are delighted that our continued hard work has paid dividends and we are all extremely pleased with this outcome.”
Chair of Governors at the School, Khalid Mahmood, said: “I am delighted that the continuing dedicated and hard work of staff has been rewarded and that the Inspector recognised that our children are making great progress.”
Coun Imran Khan, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Education, Employment and Skills, said: “This is excellent news for Abbey Green. Five consecutive Good Ofsted inspections is a fantastic achievement and all those who have worked so hard to bring about this result should be justly very proud.”