Chafford Hundred pre-school celebrates Ofsted success

PUBLISHED: 13:53 09 January 2015 | UPDATED: 14:23 09 January 2015

Staff and children at Chafford Hundred Pre-school Playgroup

Staff and children at Chafford Hundred Pre-school Playgroup


Children and staff at Chafford Hundred Pre-School Playgroup have been celebrating their successes as a recent Ofsted inspection found the school to be outstanding in its contribution to the well-being of its children.

Childrens emotional well-being is promoted exceptionally well at the pre-school, the report says Childrens emotional well-being is promoted exceptionally well at the pre-school, the report says

It was found to be good in two of the other keys areas inspected, how it met the needs of its range of children, and the effectiveness of its leadership and management.

The report said: “Children’s emotional well-being is promoted exceptionally well. Staff use the rich information they gain from parents to provide children with familiar and favourite activities and resources from their first session onwards. They make close and highly effective attachments with children, enhancing the children’s sense of security and confidence.”

Manager, Sharon Nash, said: “We are very pleased with the report. The staff have worked extremely hard and we have had a lot of support from our parents and children.”

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