Staff at ABC Day Nursery in Telford are celebrating after Ofsted inspectors rated their Lightmoor site ‘outstanding’. It is the second time they have received this rating, which means they’ve remained at this level since first opening their doors in 2012.

The Ofsted report said, ‘Staff provide a highly stimulating environment that is inspired by natural and recycled materials that incorporates children’s interests. Staff work hard to provide a tranquil and welcoming environment, helping parents and children to feel relaxed while developing exemplary relationships with staff.’

The ABC chain also has two other nurseries in Telford, at Hollinswood and Hadley, which both share the Ofsted rating. It was also the first nursery group in the county to gain national accreditation from the Curiosity Approach, a program which concentrates the imagination and focus of children on real objects, how they feel and act.


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