Ashbridge Nursery at Maxy Farm is judged to be ‘good’ in all areas.

Ashbridge Nursery at Maxy Farm is registered with OFSTED and as such is inspected in line with OFSTED’s inspection cycle. As a new nursery, Maxy Farm has only been inspected once, in 2018 where it was judged to be good in all areas.

The lead inspector highlighted the quality of the facilities, outdoor provision, leadership team and varied curriculum amongst other areas and the nursery has built upon these already high standards since the inspection.

What’s Happening?

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@AshbridgeAteli1: Today felt like an upside down sort of day, so this morning in the atelier badgers have been drawing upside down. @BadgersAshbrid1 https://t.co/g5JyDuLmsW
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@AshbridgeMaxy: Can you grow stick flowers in the tray? We are using loose material to count and design flowers on our fairy garden tray. #atelier #number #mathsinatray #thursdaymorning #counting @NDNAtalk #eytalking #turntaking #EYMatters https://t.co/31aLNYPqLg
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@ArthurWood4: Year 4 have created a river system in Outdoor Education today. They are investigating the journey of a river to the sea. https://t.co/cQVImmxE8K
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@MissSeaton: Using our imagination in the forest. What could our sticks be? A key, a snowflake and a fishing rod! https://t.co/bhIPyXkGIK
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- 5 hours ago

@AshbridgeAteli1: Yesterday Badgers and owls class created our first 'stained glass' window. They loved using the paint sticks on the smooth surface and I can't wait to see their reactions to it in the window this morning. @BadgersAshbrid1 @AshbridgeOwls https://t.co/XTQZExiZcP
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