Butterflies Out Of School Experience

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Name Butterflies Out Of School Experience
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: St Barnabas Parish Church, Watery Lane, DARWEN, Lancashire, BB3 2ET
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority BlackburnwithDarwen
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Children benefit from secure and trusting relationships with enthusiastic staff who know them well and treat them with kindness and respect. Children are happy and confident individuals.

Staff have built strong partnerships with the neighbouring schools that children attend. Activities at the club complement those undertaken at school and support children's continued good progress. Children display high levels of confidence and self-esteem.

Children are supported to lead a healthy lifestyle and learn about making healthy food choices. They take part in healthy eating activities and are given drinks and snacks that are nutritionally balanced. Staff ...have secure partnerships with parents.

They communicate well to identify children's needs and share their achievements with parents effectively. Parents comment that they are happy with the care their children receive and feel involved in the club. Children are cared for in surroundings that are safe, secure and welcoming.

Resources are well maintained, plentiful and arranged attractively to help children, overall, make independent choices. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff do not seize every opportunity to allow children to have a go and try and do things for themselves. Opportunities for staff to share good practice across the team are not yet fully explored.