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Finsbury Park nursery Bright Horizons given ‘Good’ Ofsted rating

PUBLISHED: 11:24 14 August 2018

Bright Horizons in Finsbury Park. Picture: Sam Mukadam

Bright Horizons in Finsbury Park. Picture: Sam Mukadam

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A Finsbury Park nursery has been given a Good Ofsted rating in all four areas of inspection.

Bright Horizons Finsbury Park Day Nursery and Preschool was given the second highest grade by the watchdog, following a visit on July 19.

The four areas of inspection – effectiveness of the leadership and management;quality of teaching, learning and assessment; personal development, behaviour and welfare and outcomes for children all received Good ratings.

“We are pleased that the partnership between parents and staff in how we support the children has been recognised by Ofsted,” said Nursery Manager Tania Patricia Infante da Costa e Silva. “We will always strive for further improvements as we move forward.”

The inspection included observing staff’s interactions with children during activities both indoors and outdoors, as well as looking at a range of resources and equipment.

The report found children at the nursery were very happy.

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