Nursery acts after OFSTED complaint

By Gareth Dennison | 08/11/2010 0 comments

Nursery acts after OFSTED complaint

A NURSERY has taken action after a complaint that children were not being properly supervised when staff were tidying up.

Ofsted received a complaint on September 17 and asked for a response from Happidayz in Masbrough.

An Ofsted spokesman said a visit was not necessary, adding: “The provider has taken action to improve supervision arrangements and ensuring the storage facility is secured.

“We are satisfied with the action taken and the provider remains registered with Ofsted.”


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