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Gilly Fraser | 25th April 2024
 

Care Inspectorate praise for Copshaw Nursery

 
 
 

School staff ‘pleased and proud’ after glowing report received

By Gilly Fraser

The Headteacher of Newcastleton Primary School says he and his staff are pleased and proud to have received a glowing report from the Care Inspectorate following an unannounced visit to the Nursery last month.

The Inspection came just a few weeks after the Early Learning Centre was moved into a newly renovated playroom area within the school from its previous base in a separate building. The local community had played a major role, donating toys, materials and labour to help the move go smoothly.

The success of the move was proved when the report gave the ELC the second highest rating possible in four categories – namely the quality of care, play and learning, its setting, leadership and staff team.

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