College Green Nursery School & Services

The Heart of Learning - Adventurous, Courageous, Extraordinary

161 College Road, London, NW10 3PH

0208 969 2179

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Ofsted are responsible for assessing and maintaining standards of education for all providers of childcare from childminders to secondary school provision.  We were delighted to have received our 4th 'Outstanding' Ofsted report in 2017 and are constantly striving to improve even further.

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Our Ofsted Reports - 

Ofsted Report October 2017 - Neighbourhood Nursery

Inspection findings
Effectiveness of the leadership and management is outstanding

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment is outstanding

Personal development, behaviour and welfare are outstanding

Outcomes for children are outstanding

To further improve the quality of the early years provision the provider should: find further ways to manage the excellent learning taking place during group times, to keep all children fully interested.

What changes have we made -

We have introduced a consistant approach to circle times that focus on the prime areas of EYFS.

Ofsted Report April 2017 - Maintained Nursery

This school continues to be outstanding.
The leadership team has maintained the outstanding quality of education in the school since the last inspection. This is the fourth occasion your school has been graded outstanding. This is an achievement that the whole school community should be proud of.

What the setting needs to do to improve further

Leaders and governors should ensure that: planned improvements to support children’s computing skills enable them to develop further their ability to select and use technology for particular purposes.

What changes have we made -

We created a 'Learning Hub' for children to access a wide variety of ICT, we have encorporated Letters and Sounds into our 'Music is Everywhere' theme. 

Ofsted Report Jan 2016 - Neighbourhood Nursery

Inspection findings
Effectiveness of the leadership and management is outstanding

Quality of teaching, learning and assessment is outstanding

Personal development, behaviour and welfare are outstanding

Outcomes for children are outstanding

What the setting needs to do to improve further
To further improve the quality of the early years provision the provider should:  strengthen the programme to support children's understanding of the wider world.

What changes have we made -

We started embedding our Rights Respecting Schools ethos, and we made sure to include multicultural celebrations throughout the school year linking these to Understanding the World.  From April 2016 we began introducing Forest Schools. 

Ofsted Report 2012

Inspection judgements

The achievement of pupils is outstanding

The quality of teaching is outstanding

The behaviour and safety of pupils are outstanding

The leadership and management are outstanding

What does the school need to do to improve further?
Revise the curriculum in order to fully incorporate the requirements of the new Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage as outlined in the current improvement plannning.

What changes have we made -

We have revamped our curriculum in the Neighbourhood Nursery and have encorporated ITERS (Infant and Toddler Environmental Rating Scale) and ECERS (Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale) in both Nurserys.

 Ofsted Report July 2010

Inspection judgements
Overall effectiveness: how good is the school? 1
The school’s capacity for sustained improvement 1

What does the school need to do to improve further?
Extend the school’s strategy for community cohesion by creating more opportunities for children to appreciate people from communities nationally and around the world.

What changes have we made - We began investigating opportunites to strengthen childrens appreciation of culture and other Nationalities, We started our RRSA accreditation (Rights Respecting Schools Award) Learning about becoming Global Citizens

Ofsted Report June 2008

Effectiveness of the Foundation Stage
Grade: 1
As a nursery school, the Foundation Stage is completely covered by the Overall Effectiveness
section.

What the school should do to improve further
Improve the outside learning areas so that they become as exciting and stimulating as the inside of the nursery.

What changes have we made -

We have vastly expanded and improved on our Outside Learning Areas, now incorporating Mud Kitchens, a tree house, ponds, a sensory wall and a vegetable patch.  We are continually striving to improve our facilities to stimulate young minds

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