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Integrating provision for two-year-olds in school

Ofsted good practice example showing how Prior Weston Primary School and Children’s Centre secures the best outcomes from birth to 11 years.

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Prior Weston Primary School and Children’s Centre: good practice example

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This good practice example shows how Prior Weston Primary School and Children’s Centre works across a wide range of ages, from birth to 11 years, to secure the very best outcomes for pupils in the community. In this setting, achieving excellence starts with the very youngest children.

This is part of a set of 8 Ofsted good practice examples showcasing good practice in early years to support the report: ‘Teaching and play in the early years – a balancing act?’.

Published 13 July 2015