Barracudas (Norwich)

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About Barracudas (Norwich)

Name Barracudas (Norwich)
Ofsted Inspections
Address Norwich High School for Girls, 95 Newmarket Road, NORWICH, NR2 2HU
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Norfolk
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The club managers continually reflect on what they provide and seek ways to secure the continued development of the provision. They take account of feedback from parents and maintain effective communication with them.

They consider the quality of staff's interactions with children and help them to develop their practice. • Staff are enthusiastic and motivate children to take part in a wide range of physical play opportunities. Children dance and move to movement following staff's instructions.

They skilfully bounce balls to each other and safely move around in different ways showing a good awareness of space. • Children are confident and have good... levels of self-esteem. Staff praise children often.

They encourage children to understand why they reward them. Children are able to explain that they received a sticker because they had helped to tidy up. • Children know that they must wait for their turn to take part in some activities.

Children wait patiently. They are kind and considerate to their friends. They share resources and work together in activities.

Staff encourage children to negotiate and resolve disputes for themselves, which they do so successfully. It is not yet outstanding because: • Occasionally, children do not show high levels of interest and enthusiasm when participating in activities that are planned to promote their imagination and creative thought. • Sometimes, children have limited opportunities to follow their own interests and independently choose what they want to do while in their base room.

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