360 Ravenscote Junior School

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About 360 Ravenscote Junior School

Name 360 Ravenscote Junior School
Address Ravenscote Community Junior School, Old Bisley Road, Camberley, GU16 9RE
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Children of all ages demonstrate they feel happy and safe at this friendly, enjoyable holiday club. From the outset, leaders gather in-depth information from parents. Children arrive eager to start the day and leave their parents with ease.

Younger children receive effective support from their key person. This helps children feel safe and secure in their surroundings.Staff ignite children's imagination as they create Christmas bug hotels on a woodland walk.

Staff interact well with children. They talk about the items children are using, such as bark and leaves, which they use to create beds for the bugs. Children have grea...t fun as they take part in football sessions and some group games.

They cheerfully dance to Christmas songs with their friends. These activities support children to develop their large-muscle groups.Staff have high expectations of children's behaviour.

For example, they use the daily welcome session to help children learn how to keep themselves safe and be kind to their friends. Children's behaviour is very good. For instance, older children help younger children in activities as they connect hula-hoops to make a den.

This helps to promote their self-confidence and emotional well-being.

What does the early years setting do well and what does it need to do better?

Leaders plan a welcoming club environment for the children. They make full use of the areas within the school to give children a mixtures of play activities.

Staff deploy themselves well to help children as they play. They communicate effectively as a team, ensuring children are always supported by a familiar adult. Children know the staff that care for them and invite them into their play.

This helps children develop positive relationships.Staff encourage children to challenge their bodies physically. Children show perseverance as they learn to use hula-hoops.

Furthermore, children play various ball games. However, occasionally, where children's interests move away from the planned activity, staff are less effective in providing these children with support. Therefore, children lose focus and are not fully engaged in their play.

Staff are positive role models. They encourage good manners and are respectful of the children's choices. This supports children's good behaviour.

Children are thoughtful and show care for their club environment. For example, after they finish their activities, they tidy them away. This helps develop children's independence and self-esteem.

Staff gather information from parents about their children. For example, they find out about children's likes and dislikes, family members and any medical needs. This provides continuity in meeting children's additional and unique needs.

Staff recognise the importance of developing strong partnership with parents.Staff support children to develop an awareness of a healthy lifestyle. They encourage children to wash their hands before eating and to drink plenty of water after playing active games.

Mealtimes are social occasions. Staff sit with children and encourage them to take care of their own belongings.Partnership with parents is strong.

Parents comment about the consistency of the staff and how they know their children well. Parents report that their children thoroughly enjoy the different activities that they take part in and often ask to come to the club on days when they are not in.There is an established team of leaders in place, and together they accurately evaluate the effectiveness of the club.

Leaders supports their staff team effectively. They mentor and supervise the staff well. Leaders encourage staff to reflect, evaluate and make plans for the ongoing development and improvement of the club.

For example, they have utilised the outside space to introduce natural areas of play for the children to explore.Leaders have a rigorous recruitment procedure in place to help ensure that staff are suitable to work with children. They support staff well through their induction and probationary period.

Leaders work alongside staff, supporting practice. Staff have meetings to plan their professional development. They say that they feel valued by the management team, and they enjoy working at the club.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.The manager and staff have a robust understanding of their responsibilities to safeguard children. They have a clear understanding of the signs and symptoms that indicate a child may be at risk of abuse.

Staff have a secure understanding of the procedures that must be followed in the event of a concern about a child or where an allegation is made about an adult working with children. All areas of the club are routinely checked to ensure that the environment is safe for children to attend. Robust supervision procedures are followed, along with regular checks to ensure that those working with children are suitable.

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