THESE youngsters have let their feet do the talking following their recent Ofsted inspection result… they are OUTSTANDING!
Staff and children at Poulton Happy Days Childcare have been celebrating after inspectors said they had a “superb partnership” with parents which contributed towards “excellent skills” which the children were developing helping them with a “thirst for learning”.
The Carr Head Lane nursery was also praised for its “superb indoors and outdoors environment” and continues to promote “consistently high-quality teaching” to ensure the children’s welfare and developing their confidence.
The report, following an inspection on March 16, also praised staff who ensured all children enjoyed an active and independent environment for learning and were “extremely well prepared for their move onto school”.
Hayley Haworth, setting manager at Poulton Happy Days, said: “We are delighted to have been rated as an outstanding childcare environment, this is the culmination of years of hard work by all the staff and parents working in collaboration for the benefit of the children as they are, and will always remain, our number one priority.
“Developing children’s skills in a safe and supportive environment is one of Happy Days’ key objectives and for Ofsted to see this happening on a day-to-day basis truly reflects what we want the children to achieve.
“We will now use this latest report to build on our experiences and continue with our hard work in order to give the children the best start in education as they continue their journey.”
Owned by the Hoyle family, Happy Days Childcare has six nurseries across the Fylde coast after opening its first setting in Poulton in 1999.
Jackie Hoyle, co-founder, said: “We love what we do here at Happy Days Childcare and for one of our settings to be seen as outstanding is a huge thrill for the staff and the business.
“Poulton was our first venture into the childcare business and we are delighted at the Ofsted inspection results but the hard work doesn’t stop here, we have to build on this result moving forward.”