A Surrey children’s home has been rated “requires improvement” on its first inspection by Ofsted. Their report said no children were living at the unnamed home, run by the company Charis Services for Children Ltd, at the time of the inspection.
The two children that had lived there had both left the home at short notice, therefore without support “to help them move on in a stable and positive way”.
The home was first registered with Ofsted in July 2021 and was visited by inspectors on February 8 and 9. According to the report, staff “struggled to maintain positive relationships with the children”.
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It said: “As a result, staff were not able to consistently provide nurturing care that fully considered and met the children’s needs, and this negatively affected children’s day-to-day experiences.” Charis Services for