Big Stars Play Club

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About Big Stars Play Club

Name Big Stars Play Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Big Stars Play Club, 588 Broadway, Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 9NF
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oldham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff are well qualified and observe children's play to establish what they know and can do. They quickly identify any gaps in children's learning and provide activities that help them to reach expected levels of development for their age. Staff plan a wide range of stimulating resources and experiences based on children's interests.

Children demonstrate good levels of engagement in activities and a positive attitude to learning. • The environment, both indoors and outdoors, is well organised. It provides children with opportunities to make choices about what they want to do.

Children are full of excitement when they arrive from school and eager participate in the extensive range of activities on offer. They thoroughly enjoy their time at the club. • The key-person system is well established and effective.

Children form close and trusting relationships with their key person and all staff. For example, they seek staff out to share their achievements, such as how they can successfully pedal a bicycle. Children demonstrate very good levels of emotional security and self-esteem.

• Partnerships with other settings that children also attend are very good. Staff work extremely closely with the nursery and school staff to enrich and extend children's learning experiences. They create a consistent approach that helps to complement children's learning and support their future progress.

For example, when children learn about superheroes in school, staff provide them with superhero figures to help enhance their creativity skills and imagination. • The manager does not monitor staff practice to maximum effect to clearly identify their individual training needs to help raise the quality of their interactions with children to the highest level. • Staff do not always make the best use of opportunities to support children in self-chosen play to learn about the similarities and differences between their own and other cultures, traditions and experiences.

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