A nursery has received a good report from Ofsted.

Wow Kids, on Cleggs Lane, was found to be ‘good’ in all areas, the third time in a row it has achieved the grade.

Inspector Shauneen Wainwright found a setting where children “giggle and wave to their friends” as they arrive.

“They show that they feel safe and secure as they independently explore the environment and approach staff for cuddles,” she added.

Inspector Wainwright discovered respectful, kind, and very well-behaved children. She also described them as “curious learners” who are keen to gain new knowledge.

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She said: “Babies roll toy cars across the floor, gazing intently at the different movements they make. Similarly, they interact with different musical instruments, listening with awe to the various sounds.

“Toddlers laugh out loud as they press different buttons on computer equipment, and they show pride as they correctly operate the toys.

“Older children recall their prior learning. They beam with confidence as they describe the picture they painted the day before, remembering key details and talking about what they achieved.

“Staff have high expectations for all children. They adapt their approach to suit every child's individual needs. This helps children to progress and meet their personal developmental goals.”

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Inspector Wainwright was also particularly impressed with the relationships children have developed with each other.

“For portions of the day, different age groups mix together,” she said, “Children benefit from this time, as older children take on a guiding role, and younger children learn from their peers.

“This is especially evident during outdoor play. Older children help their younger peers to understand the rules and follow instructions as they play group running games together.

“All children smile and visibly enjoy their fun outdoor time.”

Allison Lynch is manager at Wow Kids. She says the report captures what the nursery is all about.

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“Our children and families come first,” she said.

“The staff were absolutely spot on. They always have been. They give the absolute 100 per cent daily.

“They work extremely hard to make sure all the children get he experiences they need to progress and transition to school.”

Allison says that she found the inspection experience to be “absolutely wonderful”.

She added: “She was really fair and really nice. It wasn’t daunting and she made us feel really comfortable.”