Posted: Fri 18th Jul 2014

Estyn Report: All ‘GOOD’ for Tiddlers playgroup Queensferry

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This article is old - Published: Friday, Jul 18th, 2014

The latest Estyn report for Tiddlers playgroup based in John Summers High School has been classed as GOOD.

The inspection, which took place in June, found that both the current performance and the prospects for improvement were good.

Estyn say – the setting is well managed and there is a positive ethos, clear direction and sense  of purpose that effectively promotes and sustains improvement.

Values, aims and  objectives are shared and all are working for the benefit of the children.

There are high expectations however and the  focus in on the children making progress.

Children make good progress from their starting points and there is a good range of learning experiences, care, support and guidance for all the children is good, the report says.

The reports says Leadership and management of the setting are good, self-evaluation identifies areas for development and the setting has made good progress since the last inspection.

The report recommends that more opportunities should be provided for children to experiment and become independent learners, and ensure that all practitioners are always effectively deployed and know what to do to improve.

You can read more of the report below: 

Tiddlers Playgroup Queensferry

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