BEAK can preen itself after flying high in report

The BEAK Children's Centre staff, volunteers and representatives from partner organisations, with children and parents, (front, L-R) Jessica Wilkes, 7, Damien Bunting, 10, Louis Wilkes, 6, Abbey Wilkes, 4, parent Shelley Wilkes, (middle row, L-R) Adrian Bagnall - Headteacher at Kirk Sandall Junior School, Aimee Parker - The Beak Children's Centre manager, Carol Smith - Learning Mentor at Kirk Sandall Junior School, Lynn Bawden - local childminder holding Theo Hynes, 2, Mick Wilkes, Lisa Marsh - Family Support Worker, Caroline Bunting, Lynn Olsen - Advisory Board Chair, Ruth Black - Senior Family Support Worker, Katie Bridges - Playworker, Rianne Sayles, (back row, L-R) Rebecca Fisher - Parent and Engagement Worker, Lisa Butterworth - Admin Assistant, Tracey Bell - Admin Assistant, Cheryl Duffield - Parent Engagement Worker, Rayanne Bradbury, Sonia Chaudhary - volunteer, Michelle Hill - volunteer and Janet Foster - Headteacher of Kirk Sandall Infant School.
The BEAK Children's Centre staff, volunteers and representatives from partner organisations, with children and parents, (front, L-R) Jessica Wilkes, 7, Damien Bunting, 10, Louis Wilkes, 6, Abbey Wilkes, 4, parent Shelley Wilkes, (middle row, L-R) Adrian Bagnall - Headteacher at Kirk Sandall Junior School, Aimee Parker - The Beak Children's Centre manager, Carol Smith - Learning Mentor at Kirk Sandall Junior School, Lynn Bawden - local childminder holding Theo Hynes, 2, Mick Wilkes, Lisa Marsh - Family Support Worker, Caroline Bunting, Lynn Olsen - Advisory Board Chair, Ruth Black - Senior Family Support Worker, Katie Bridges - Playworker, Rianne Sayles, (back row, L-R) Rebecca Fisher - Parent and Engagement Worker, Lisa Butterworth - Admin Assistant, Tracey Bell - Admin Assistant, Cheryl Duffield - Parent Engagement Worker, Rayanne Bradbury, Sonia Chaudhary - volunteer, Michelle Hill - volunteer and Janet Foster - Headteacher of Kirk Sandall Infant School.
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A DONCASTER children’s centre has been given a glowing Ofsted report – graded as outstanding in all areas.

The Barnby Dun, Edenthorpe and Kirk Sandall BEAK Children’s Centre on Graham Road, Kirk Sandall, was inspected over two days.

Inspectors said: “The centre is effecting genuine lasting change, improving outcomes for many of its children and families.”

The BEAK was also described as ‘an outstanding centre which sits at the heart of the community providing a very welcoming, friendly and inclusive environment’.

Manager Aimee Parker said: “We are very proud of this achievement - it is a rare accolade to have achieved outstanding in every single area.

“We want to say a big thank you, not just to those that were part of the process but to all who have supported us over the last four years, children and families.”