Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They inspect and regulate services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. You can find all inspection reports carried out at Adderley Nursery School by clicking on the following link:
Ofsted 15 November 2012, full inspection OUTSTANDING
Ofsted 7 February 2018 short inspection OUTSTANDING
'There is a deep commitment and shared vision of all staff to make sure that every child is seen as an individual, and that learning is specifically tailored to meet that child’s learning needs. This is something which is achieved on a daily basis.'
'Staff inspire a true love of learning in every child.'
'Safeguarding is a significant strength of the school.'
Parent View gives you the chance to see reviews from other parents. It also gives you the opportunity to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected. You can do so by clicking the parents view link below:
Ofsted report Feb 2018 ‘All staff have the very highest expectations of what children can achieve. As one member of staff said, ‘We don’t see children as empty vessels, we see them as future scientists or musicians.’ An extremely rich learning environment supports children’s learning’: ‘Children are immersed in exciting learning which supports the exceptional progress they make.’ ‘Staff’s knowledge and understanding of every child’s individual learning needs are quite exceptional. They use what they know about what children can do and plan meticulously to take children’s learning forward at pace. Children show a high level of sustained concentration in all their learning activities, a level way beyond their years. This is because staff match stimulating learning activities so well to their needs. Staff inspire a true love of learning in every child.’ ‘Staff respond instantaneously to children’s learning, providing both support and challenge of the very best quality. Staff are highly skilled at using questions to encourage children to think and find things out for themselves. No minute of learning is lost.’