An Edinburgh nursery has been told it must make improvements after an inspection by the Care Inspectorate.

Inspectors graded the Nari Kallyan Shangho Childcare Facility in the city as 'weak' for the quality of care and support provided to children.

It is the second inspection in a row where inspectors graded the quality of care and support as weak.

In their most recent inspection report inspectors raised "serious concerns" about the health and well-being of children at the service.

The report of their inspection noted: "This is the second inspection of the service since November 2014 and we have seen no real progress in the quality of children's experiences.

"The service must now take action to meet the requirements in this report."

Inspectors found that 10 requirements for improvement made at an earlier inspection had not been met.

In their most recent report, inspectors said: "We had serious concerns that children's health and well-being needs were not being met because of the issues identified at inspection.

"A requirement had been made about the medication policy and procedure at the last inspection. The manager had changed the medication form since the last inspection, but we saw that it still did not meet best practice guidance.

"We discussed with the manager how the policy and recording sheet should be improved to meet guidance.

"A sheet informing staff what action to take if a child had a temperature or was vomiting held incorrect information and did not tell staff what action to take. This requirement had not been met and is carried forward."

A spokesperson for the Care Inspectorate said: "We have informed the service of the areas which must be improved.

"We will continue to work closely with this service and will monitor them closely to ensure progress is made.

"A further inspection will be carried out when appropriate, in order to assess the progress of the improvements and whether any further action needs to be taken.

"Every child in Scotland has the right to safe, compassionate care which meets their needs and respects their rights.

"Anyone with a concern about a care service can contact our helpline on 0345 600 9527."

The latest inspection report is available here: