BRIGHOUSE’S longest established nursery has received another glowing Ofsted report after almost two decades in the business.
Bridge End House Nursery, which opened in 1988, has proved it still has what it takes when it comes to achieving high standards after an Ofsted inspector arrived unannounced and spent two days at the nursery at the beginning of November.
The nursery’s care and education scored good across the board, with all aspects of the provision being strong areas of the nursery.
Much of the praise was directed to the nursery staff and the way in which the children are developing in response to the staff’s dedication and commitment.
Karena Skinner, nursery manager, said: “This is probably one of the most rewarding reports the nursery has received as it was unannounced and the inspector saw the nursery as it really is on a daily basis.
“We work extremely hard to maintain high standards and to respond to children’s and parents needs, and it is a credit to the staff team for the report to reflect this.”
Other areas praised included keeping children healthy and safe, organisation and achievement.
Kerena added: “As a nursery we will continue to develop, and provide the very best in childcare for all ages of children.”