C.A.T.S Club

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About C.A.T.S Club

Name C.A.T.S Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Peacehaven Football Club Social Club, Piddinghoe Close, PEACEHAVEN, East Sussex, BN10 8RH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority EastSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Children are very happy at the club. They settle quickly into their play and make easy choices from the wide range of opportunities available. Children enthusiastically talk about their favourite things to do at the club, such as eating the 'yummy food' and playing games with the staff.

• The manager and staff evaluate the effectiveness of the club well and make continual improvements to help them meet the needs of all children. • Staff keep detailed records of children's learning and observe their play regularly. They gain and share thorough information with children's teachers, such as what children are enjoying and learning at school.

Staff use... this information to help build on the experiences children have and provide consistent care and learning. • Partnerships with parents are strong. Staff share detailed information about children's daily activities, welfare and interests.

Parents provide good information when children start at the club, which helps staff to get to know children well from the beginning. It is not yet outstanding because: • Systems to monitor and strengthen the quality of staff practice are new and have not precisely identified how to target further development. • At times, staff miss opportunities to interact with the quieter children, engage them in conversations, and encourage their ideas and imaginations further.