A city music school’s boarding facilities have been rated “very good” by monitors.
Young people are encouraged to be independent at an Aberdeen care home, inspectors have said.
Children who go to Aberdeen after-school club like relaxed atmosphere and playing with friends, inspectors told
Children who go to an after-school club in the city told inspectors they enjoy attending and playing with their friends.
Nicola Donald, who works in the West End of Aberdeen, was visited by the Care Inspectorate in February.
An Aberdeen nursery whose staff were dubbed “weak” last year has improved, inspectors have said.
Children at an Aberdeen after-school club are supported to build confidence by staff, inspectors have said.
There is a culture of positivity at a north-east nursery, inspectors have said.
Staff from an Aberdeen care home offer a supportive, caring and welcoming environment, inspectors have said.
Children experience a welcoming and caring environment at a north-east playgroup, inspectors said.
Care and support at a north-east nursery is “good”, inspectors have said.
Criminals undertaking community payback orders (CPOs) in the Scottish Borders have good relationships with staff but there are doubts about any benefits from the punishment, inspections have found.
Management of a north-east out-of-school club has been rated “weak” by inspectors.
Service users’ needs are being met at a north-east home help service, inspectors have said.
Staff at a north-east after-school club are respectful and caring towards children, inspectors said.
Staff at an Aberdeen nursery have been praised for their attentiveness to children’s needs, according to inspectors.
Improvements have been made at an Aberdeen care home since a critical inspection – but monitors still want more to be done.
Children from a north-east playgroup are happy and enthusiastic, say education inspectors.
Young people with autism and learning disabilities at an Aberdeen school experience warm interactions with staff, inspectors said.
A home-help provider in Aberdeen gives a positive and inclusive atmosphere, inspectors said.
Children still do not have privacy while using the toilet at an Aberdeen nursery – almost five years after inspectors first raised the issue.
There is a warm and welcoming environment at a care facility in the city, inspectors said.
Children experience warmth, kindness and compassion at an Aberdeen nursery, inspectors said.
Staff from a city care home are kind, caring and compassionate, inspectors have said.
Service users from a north-east home which helps people with learning disabilities have a full and varied timetable of activities, inspectors said.
Managers from an Aberdeen nursery have been told to improve after inspectors branded the quality of leadership “weak”.
Staff from an Aberdeen after-school club have been criticised for leaving a child alone in a minibus with a driver.
“Clients were being treated with respect and valued for being themselves,” the inspection report said.
A crisis-hit Aberdeen care home is to shut after a search to find a new operator was unsuccessful.
Staff from a north-east respite service have a very good understanding of people’s needs, inspectors have said.
The number of children experiencing early learning and childcare in Scotland has increased to more than 290,000, figures show.