Village nursery is a ‘class act’, says inspector
A representative of the Care Inspectorate visited Morebattle Primary School Nursery on November 23 last year, and a report has just been published on the watchdog’s website
It paints a highly positive picture of the care the children at the Main Street nursery receive.
It found that children “experienced warm, caring and nurturing interactions from staff” and benefited from “high quality” play experiences with regular physical exercise and daily access to outdoors.
The school received the second top rating for the quality of care, playing and learning, which was ranked “very good”.
The staff team was also rated “very good” and setting and leadership both received “good” ratings.
The report adds: “We observed a knowledgeable staff team who were respectful and supportive of each other. They worked well together to ensure effective supervision and quality engagement with children across the day.”