Camp Beaumont - Wallington County

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About Camp Beaumont - Wallington County

Name Camp Beaumont - Wallington County
Address Wallington County Grammar School, Croydon Road, Wallington, SM6 7PH
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Sutton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Staff at Camp Beaumont in Wallington are friendly and welcoming.

They warmly greet children and offer various activities to make children feel safe and secure, especially the younger ones or those who are new to the camp. The activities include dance and movement, balancing and exploration to support children's agility and coordination. Children enjoy being active and busy.

Staff engage children in age-appropriate conversations to raise their language and creativity skills. In one of the activities, younger children have lots of fun drawing their superheroes. They talk happily about their 'ghost spiders' and describe their... 'superpower bunny', which can fly 'like a rocket'.

Older children enjoy parachute games, which helps foster their physical development and turn-taking skills.Staff encourage children to form positive relationships with their peers and adults. They interact with the children in a relaxed, fun and respectful manner.

Staff expect children to follow their high standards of behaviour. This results in children playing well together and showing positive attitudes towards play. Staff provide ample opportunities for children to develop their independence, complementing their learning in school.

For example, they encourage younger children to tidy away toys and take responsibility for their personal needs.

What does the early years setting do well and what does it need to do better?

The management team is polite and professional and has a strong understanding of how children learn. They ensure that each young child is assigned a key person, who is experienced and devoted to their role.

This meets children's emotional and care needs effectively. Children are settled and show a sense of belonging.The management team obtains the views of parents to help evaluate the quality of the provision.

Parents are highly pleased with the service they and their children receive. They appreciate the wide range of activities, which keeps their children happy and motivated to attend the club.Staff enjoy their work with the children.

They feel well supported by their manager. For instance, the manager provides reassurance and encouragement to those who are studying in addition to their work. Staff appreciate the training opportunities offered to them as these help them develop their knowledge and skills.

Recently, they refreshed their knowledge of using positive language while interacting with children. Staff have noticed that children play more collaboratively and have become more involved in their activities.Staff follow good hygiene procedures to reduce the spread of germs and infectious diseases.

However, even though staff encourage healthy eating and exercise, they do not always take advantage of opportunities to explain to the children how these practices can positively impact their bodies. This does not promote children's understanding of a healthy lifestyle as effectively as possible.Staff observe children's play and plan activities to engage them well.

For instance, they invite children to imitate dance moves or participate in a scavenger hunt for hidden dinosaur toys. Children enjoy quieter times too, such as when exploring the tea set resources in the role-play area. These opportunities build on children's imagination and creativity.

Children form positive relationships with each other as well as the staff. They engage in cooperative play and activities, demonstrating harmonious interactions and a willingness to listen to others.Staff have a high regard for children's safety.

They ensure that the premises are secure and check unfamiliar adults to minimise risks to children. Staff supervise children effectively, indoors and outdoors. This enables children to explore and play confidently at the camp.

In addition, staff teach children what to do in the event of a fire. For instance, they evacuated the premises quickly and calmly during the inspection upon hearing the alarm to keep children safe. Children learn how to behave in emergency situations.

Staff create an inclusive environment. They welcome all children and respect their views. For example, staff listen to children and accommodate their preferences during a planned activity.

This encourages children to express themselves and be confident communicators.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.There is an open and positive culture around safeguarding that puts children's interests first.

Also at this postcode
Wallington County Grammar School

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