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All of our Nurseries are regulated by Ofsted. Details of the Ofsted reports for our nurseries can be found below. You can also search for our reports on the Ofsted website.
We currently have 5 nurseries who have all been rated Outstanding, one that has Good. We are still awaiting our first inspection at Poppleton since taking over the Honey Pots nursery.
Our Nursery at Elvington was our first, which registered in July 2009. We have had three inspections since then - our most recent being an Outstanding rating.
- Elvington inspection report - December 2009
- Elvington inspection report - January 2015
- Elvington inspection report - April 2019
Our Nursery at Tadcaster Road was registered in June 2014. We have had one inspection since then, receiving an Outstanding rating.
Bishopthorpe Nursery & Out of School Club
Our Nursery and Out of School Club in Bishopthorpe was registered in April 2017. We have had one inspection since then, receiving an Outstanding rating.
Our Nursery at Flaxton was registered in 2017. We have had one inspection since then, receiving an Outstanding rating.
Our Nursery at Haxby was registered in October 2018. We have had one inspection since then, receiving an Outstanding rating.
We iinitally opened Minster Yard within The Minster School in September 2018. Since then we've expanded to a standalone setting at Minster Yard. We've had one inspection to date for which we received a Good rating.
*Please Note - if you are looking for a report at one of our sites that is not listed here - this is because it has yet to be inspected. New Settings are due an inspection within 24 months of opening.
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They report directly to Parliament and are independent and impartial. They inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
Ofsted’s specialist inspectors are experts in the type of service they inspect. When they carry out an inspection, be it of a children’s home, a nursery, a school, a college, or a local authority, they focus on the quality of the service for individual children, young people or older learners. During an inspection, inspectors collect first-hand evidence based on the practice they observe and what they learn from the people using the service. They use this evidence and other information available to make their professional judgement which is then published as an inspection report.