Each of our settings is registered with Ofsted under the National Standards for Daycare. Ofsted carry out regular inspections to assess our performance and compliance with their requirements. You can read their most recent reports here.
We strive to improve on these requirements. Some of the ways we go beyond Ofsted’s criteria:
Headingley - June 2017
Staff provide an extremely warm and welcoming environment for children and their families.
Children are very happy in the setting and have a close bond with staff. Communication between nursery and home is very good.
The leadership and management team places a high priority on children's safety and staff are good role models promotiing an ethos of mutual respect.
Farsley - March 2017
Teaching is strong throughout the setting. They ensure that children can develop skills across all seven areas of learning.
Staff are excellent role models who have high expectations for all children. They sensitively support children, treat them with respect and teach them good manners.
The well qualified and experienced manager is focused on providing the best quality of care and education for every child.
Chapel Allerton - August 2016
The management team are committed to providing a high quality service for children and their families.
Children clearly enjoy their time in the club and have developed special relationships with their key person.
Children are provided with a good range of toys and resources and they select their own activities, follow their interests and make decisions about heir play.
Staff use skilful interactions to extend children’s skills and knowledge.
Grammar School at Leeds (Chill Out Club) - October 2015
The well-qualified staff are skilled and sensitive in helping all children to form secure emotional attachments.
Children of all ages are settled, relaxed and happy. They are provided with a wide range of quality resources which are appropriate for their age and stage of development.
Children’s Corner Childcare is a member of the National Day Nursery Association, which is dedicated to the provision, support and promotion of high quality care and education to benefit children, families and communities. www.ndna.org.uk.