Another Little Oaks nursery has been warned by inspectors it must make urgent improvements.
The Islingword Road branch of the nursery chain was visited by Ofsted last month after being rated inadequate last November.
Inspector Mara Conroy said it had not yet done enough to stop being closely monitored.
Writing in her report, she said: “You explained that your main focus has been to make the environment, toys and equipment safe and suitable.
“You have refurbished the play areas and re-organised the furniture. By doing this you have removed the hazards and made the learning environment more effective.
“You have booked staff onto training and have begun to review the policies and procedures.
“You now monitor the attendance records to ensure they are maintained effectively, which ensures there is an accurate record of the hours the children attend.
“However, due to the short time frame, which you had to complete all the requirements and the amount of work required to do so, you have not managed to address all areas for improvement. ”
The monitoring followed its other two branches in Stanford Avenue, Brighton and Goldstone Villas, Hove also being rated indequate, and the closure of the Hove branch.
However, a further inspection of the Stanford Avenue branch found it had done enough to bring the nursery up to standard and its next inspection will be a standard full one.
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