Banham nursery celebrates good Ofsted report

10:03 16 April 2012


A Norfolk nursery that caters for children from the age of three months is celebrating after receiving a good Ofsted inspection report.

The Little Farmers Day Nursery at Banham, which opened in September, was praised for having a good standard of inclusion which enabled the children to make steady progress in their learning and development, while staff were said to work well with parents to ensure children’s individual needs were met.

The inspectors also described the relationships between children and staff as “excellent” and said staff treated children with concern and held them in postive regard.

The nursery provides care for 45 children between 7.30am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

For more information, call 01953 887801 or visit www.littlefarmers


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