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Nursery gets a glowing report

PUBLISHED: 10:34 20 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:33 05 July 2010

STAFF at a children's day care centre are celebrating after being praised by government inspectors.

The Ladybird centre in Kirkley Street, Lowestoft, opened in May 2007 and provides crèche and full day care for up to 56 children.

STAFF at a children's day care centre are celebrating after being praised by government inspectors.

The Ladybird centre in Kirkley Street, Lowestoft, opened in May 2007 and provides crèche and full day care for up to 56 children.

Ofsted inspectors have praised the friendly staff, the opportunity for children to play freely outside and the good relationship between teachers and parents.

The nursery, which is at the Kirkley Children's Centre and managed by Lowestoft College, achieved good grades across the board in the inspector's report.

Nursery manager Caroline Brand said: “We are really pleased with the outcome of our first inspection. This is a fantastic facility and we believe the children really enjoy and benefit from their time with us.

“The staff also deserve to have their hard work and professionalism recognised. We know that there are things to improve on and we will, but it is really pleasing to have our hard work and the children's achievements recognised in this way.”

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