CHIPS Summer Playscheme@Pinewood School, Ware

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About CHIPS Summer Playscheme@Pinewood School, Ware

Name CHIPS Summer Playscheme@Pinewood School, Ware
Ofsted Inspections
Address Pinewood School, Hoe Lane, WARE, Hertfordshire, SG12 9PB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hertfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnChildren develop very close bonds with staff and volunteers, and look to them for support when needed, for example, when they are upset because they think others do not want to share toys.

Children thoroughly enjoy interaction with staff during games. nParents report that they are happy that their children have the opportunity to mix with others with a varied range of abilities. Parents describe the scheme as 'amazing' and talk about what a great support it is to them.

Parents also report that they are confident to leave their children in the care of the 'lovely staff'. nChildren enjoy spending time in this lively environment. They decide what they ...would like to do next from the good range of activities available.

Children show good focus as they work out how to push construction bricks together to make a staircase for a toy house. nSelf-evaluation is carried out using the feedback of children, parents and staff. This helps to drive future improvements.

For instance, new scooters requested by children were purchased through fundraising projects within the local and wider community.nOn occasion, staff do not make full use of opportunities to encourage children's awareness of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, including handwashing. nStaff do not always provide opportunities for children to make independent choices linked to their identified needs and interests.

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