Ofsted is the government department of her majesty’s chief inspector of schools in england, which is responsible for inspecting the standards of independent and state schools, local education authorities, child day care and chilmidnders in england.
Ofsted inspect nurseries at least once every three years, and give them one of four grades: outstanding, good, satisfactory or inadequate.
In May 2016 Cornfields was classified as being a ‘good’ Nursery by Ofsted. This is the next to highest standard a Nursery can achieve.
The inspector arranges a visit, usually with no notice, where they will look at the premises and the way the provider looks after children.
They judge how well Care providers meet a series of outcomes for children that are set out in law. These are how day-care providers:
* help children to be healthy
* protect them from harm or neglect and help them stay safe
* help them enjoy what they do and achieve well
* help them make a positive contribution to the setting and the wider community.
How do I get a copy of the report?
Click on the link below and it will take you directly to the Report for Cornfields.