Inspectors praise progress at Carlisle nursery Last year the nursery's rating zapatos louis vuitton amazon dropped from outstanding to requiring improvement in two areas effectiveness of leadership and management and personal development, behaviour and welfare. These issues have now been addressed and the good outcome has been welcomed by owner David Farrell, who runs the nursery with his wife Jennifer. Mr Farrell said: "We are delighted for the staff because they work so hard. "They put in a lot of hours each week and work all year round. "We are very, very pleased for them to see their hard work being rewarded in this way." Inspectors found the effectiveness of the leadership and management to be good as well as the quality of teaching, learning and assessment. Personal development, behaviour and welfare was also said to be good as well as the outcomes for children. In her report, inspector Nicola Jones, said: "Overall, the quality of teaching is good. "Staff use a wide range of effective teaching strategies, which helps children to 99 of louis vuitton bags are fake make good progress in their learning. "Leaders place children's welfare at the heart of their practice." She added the system in place "ensures children's emotional needs are given high louis vuitton nuits bracelet priority and their individual needs are well met". She also praised the way staff deal with accidents and the "excellent opportunities" children have to explore the outdoor environment. Ms louis vuitton shoes italy Jones said the nursery was not yet outstanding because "occasionally, activities planned for older children are not matched as precisely as possible to their stage of development and level of understanding." She also said: "Although staff use self evaluation appropriately to help develop their practice, they are not always as clear as possible about identifying precise targets for improvement or assessing the success of any changes they make." Mr Farrell said: "I think every nursery's ultimate aim is to be outstanding. That is what we will always aspire to." During the visit the inspector watched the quality of teaching during activities indoors and outdoors and assessed the impact this has on children's learning. The inspectors spoke to a number of parents and carers during the inspection and took into account their views.
Stone Eden opened in 2005 and has 262 children on roll. It employs 52 members of childcare staff. It originally opened in Warwick on Eden and extended before it moved to its current premises in Aglionby in 2008.
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