Aktiva Camps At Derwentwater

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About Aktiva Camps At Derwentwater


Name Aktiva Camps At Derwentwater
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Derwent Water Primary School, Shakespeare Road, LONDON, W3 6SA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Ealing
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The management team is inspiring and places a very strong emphasis on evaluating the first-rate practice.

This helps to ensure that children receive the highest standards of care and good-quality experiences at the club. • Staff use their excellent knowledge of what children enjoy and can do. They plan a wide variety of activities, inside and outside, to engage and motivate children at all times.

Children report that they 'love' coming to the club. • Children's behaviour is superb. They play happily together and show exceptional empathy towards others.

For instance, older children sensitively explain things to the younger ones and... look after them during play. Children, including those who have recently joined, demonstrate that they feel extremely safe and emotionally secure. • Partnerships with parents are excellent.

Parents find that they are well informed about their children's time at the club. They express their 'great confidence' in staff's practice and staff work well with them to help form a consistent approach to meeting children's needs. • Partnerships with other professionals at the school that children attend are highly effective.

Senior teachers find that the key people from the club communicate extremely well with them. This contributes to giving everyone a clear picture of each child's needs and interests. • Staff carry out highly effective risk assessments of the areas that they use and operate a high adult-to-child ratio to help keep children safe.

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