Pre-school previously reported as 'inadequate' makes vast improvements

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A pre-school has made a significant improvement in its standards, according to the school’s latest Ofsted report.

Rising Stars Pre School in High Road, Leyton, has been given a ‘good’ status following an inspection in November.

The pre-school for under 5’s opened in December 2012 and was first visited for an inspection in March 2013.

The Ofsted report published on December 20 says the provision is good, but not yet outstanding because staff miss opportunities to draw children’s attention to the work they create, and children are not always supported to use their imagination.

Rising Stars Director Arvinder Brar, 32 is very happy with the recently published report.

He said:  We are all very happy with Friday’s report. It has been a lot of hard work and training for all the staff and management, and they have all put in so much effort to improve the standards.

“The standard at the pre-school has improved vastly, and I would also like to thank the support of the local councillors.”

The first report ever to be published for the pre-school, released in June, showed that systems for staff recruitment was not robust, children’s attendance was not fully recorded, planned activities were not clearly linked to the Early Years Foundation Stage, and children were not encouraged to develop self-help skills.


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