Bright Stars Care Club

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About Bright Stars Care Club

Name Bright Stars Care Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Whitegate End Primary School, Butterworth Lane, Chadderton, Oldham, Lancashire, OL9 8EB
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 goodnThe managers and staff have worked hard to address the areas for improvement identified at the previous inspection.

For example, they now have an established staff team to promote consistency for the children. nChildren of all ages enjoy their time at this welcoming club. Parents praise how the staff respect each child's individuality and the 'family feel' the staff create.

This is evident to see as every parent, child and even staff member arriving to work is greeted with a warm welcome. nPartnerships with the host school are good, particularly as some of the club staff also work within the school. They use their own knowledge and information from ...teachers to plan activities to enhance and build on children's learning in school.

For example, staff support early years children with their literacy skills through the continuation of the school reading schemes. nChildren take part in a good range of interesting activities that capture their interests. Staff intervene and extend children's play when needed and provide plentiful resources to allow children to lead their own play.

For example, children work together to construct a boat from cardboard boxes, paper and tubes. This encourages their communication and problem-solving skills. Staff extend this play by encouraging children to think about how they can decorate their boats with colourful pictures.

Children use their imaginations to create pictures of treasure, stingrays and shiny coins.nChildren demonstrate good behaviour and respect for each other. They are familiar with the routines of the club and what is expected of them.

Staff have improved certain aspects of the routine, particularly when children arrive at the club, to ensure that the atmosphere remains calm and children's play is not disrupted. nStaff are well qualified in working with children and frequently complete training with the host school. However, there is scope to develop the programme for staff's professional development to encourage an ethos of continual improvement.

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