Phoenix Montessori Nursery at Terrington rated outstanding by Ofsted

PUBLISHED: 10:54 06 May 2010 | UPDATED: 09:38 02 June 2010

Phoenix Montessori Nursery school has acheived outstanding Ofsted at their terrington St Clement school

Phoenix Montessori Nursery school has acheived outstanding Ofsted at their terrington St Clement school

PHOENIX Montessori Nursery at Terrington St Clement hit the Ofsted jackpot by getting perfect grades in every section of the inspection. Here are some quotes from the outstanding report: Children s individual needs are met extremely well; the setting off

PHOENIX Montessori Nursery at Terrington St Clement hit the Ofsted jackpot by getting perfect grades in every section of the inspection.

Here are some quotes from the outstanding report: "Children's individual needs are met extremely well; the setting offers a rich and stimulating child-centred environment where children are cherished and nurtured as individuals.

"Children's independence is promoted particularly well and they benefit from many opportunities for active learning, discovery and exploration; they develop high levels of confidence and self-esteem as they learn to use their own initiative, make choices and be creative.

"Children develop an outstanding sense of feeling safe as they build up warm and trusting relationships with the adults who care for them."

Clare Harris, the principal said: "I am absolutely delighted. It is a pat on the back for us all. We work so very hard to provide the best possible quality care and education and it is very satisfying to have this recognised.


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