An outstanding inspection report for Bright Little Stars

Monday 21st March 2022 13:34 EDT

Established in 2013, Bright Little Stars Nursery aims to provide a happy, healthy and safe learning environment for children in a caring and creative atmosphere. Having focussed on developing high quality standards of Early Years care and education for babies and young children through the implementation of the Early Years Foundation Stage, their unique BLS Learning Programme, holistic Parent Educational Programme, modern facilities, outdoor gardens and all-inclusive approach, they are able to support children to gain confidence in themselves and to achieve their full potential whilst nurturing their independence.

Bright Little Stars Nursery in Stanmore are overjoyed to have been awarded ‘Outstanding in all areas’ in their first Ofsted inspection accomplishing the highest possible outcome. Since opening in October 2017, BLS Stanmore have worked continuously through reflective practice and an exceptional staff team, led by an inspirational manager Sarina Kukadia, to ensure the best possible outcomes for children. They are thrilled this hard work and dedication has been recognised by Ofsted, especially in such a short period of time since a new curriculum framework was introduced across the Early Years sector in September 2021 which was also accompanied by a revised Ofsted Education Inspection Framework.

As part of the inspection, children were observed, discussions were held with the management team, staff, children and parents around the quality of teaching and the impact this has on the children’s learning. The nursery was graded outstanding in all areas which are broken down into the following key areas: the Quality of Education; Behaviour and Attitudes; Personal Development; and Leadership and Management.

The inspector commented, “Staff have an extremely detailed understanding of child development. This impressive knowledge runs right through the nursery and forms the basis of the wide range of high-quality activities offered to all children. This means that children make exceptional progress.” The Inspector complimented staff for being, “friendly, welcoming and nurturing” and said the learning environment is “warm, inviting and stimulating.” 

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