A NURSERY has got rid of its 'inadequate' Ofsted rating and received fresh praise from the regulator.

Ladygrove Day Nursery And Nursery School in Didcot has been graded 'good', seven months after it was given the worst rating.

A new report, published yesterday following inspection last month, states: "The new manager and the leadership team have made swift and effective improvements since the last inspection.

"They have reflected and worked well with staff to develop and raise the quality of their interactions with children."

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Ofsted inspectors said children are 'happy in this inclusive nursery', adding: "They form strong emotional bonds with their key persons, and babies settle extremely well."

The nursery had 96 pupils on roll during the latest visit.

Ofsted's report added: "Children are engaged and excited by the range of activities on offer.

"They make choices from the available toys and are well supported by staff to use the resources in their play.

"Staff's good teaching skills help them to make the progress that they are capable of."