Outstanding once again

Everton Nursery School and Family Centre has once again been judged ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, marking a national landmark for the nursery school, which is one of only a handful to achieve the standard for four consecutive inspections.

Staff, parents, children and volunteers are celebrating after government inspectors gave it a glowing report.

Under the four key areas of inspection, which include, achievement of pupils, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety of pupils and leadership and management, Ofsted upheld the highest outstanding accreditation.

Dr Lesley Curtis, headteacher at Everton Nursery School and Family Centre said: “We are of course delighted to have been awarded Outstanding again, which formally recognises the commitment and hard work of all of those involved in the school who together uphold the highest standards of teaching.”

“We will of course continue to strive to maintain our high standards and ensure we give our nursery children the best start possible in terms of education before they begin their next journey of education within primary school.”

The Ofsted report summarised its key findings with the following:

“Children make an exceptional start to their school life because teaching is outstanding and they make outstanding progress.”

“Children’s behaviour is outstanding. They become more confident and self-assured because they are held in high esteem by all staff.”

“Leadership and management are outstanding. This starts at the top with the headteacher’s resolute determination to prepare children exceptionally well for their future.”

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