Nursery celebrates outstanding

Staff at an independently owned Telford day nursery group have reason to celebrate  as they reveal they have scooped their fourth “Outstanding” rating by Ofsted chiefs in just nine months. 

ABC Hollinswood is the latest setting to welcome Ofsted inspectors where they praised “inspirational leadership” with “all children making outstanding progress”.

It comes just a few months after education inspectors arrived at ABC Hadley and also gave the setting the highest accolade. The two visits came after ABC Hoo at Preston upon the Weald Moors and ABC Lightmoor both secured Outstanding Ofsted ratings in August last year.

Proud owner Penny Hustwick, who set up her business with one small rural nursery in Wrockwardine 27 years ago, said it was welcome news considering the current climate. “We never get complacent about our record and continually strive to maintain the very high standards we set ourselves. Our staff, parents and children play a vital role in our success and I would like to place on record my thanks to them in helping us achieve our goals.”

 

 

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