Camp Glide at Wray Common School

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About Camp Glide at Wray Common School

Name Camp Glide at Wray Common School
Ofsted Inspections
Address WRAY COMMON PRIMARY SCHOOL, Kendal Close, Reigate, RH2 0LR
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Surrey
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The management team is committed to providing good-quality care for children. Several of the staff are well qualified and act as good role models for less experienced staff. • Children have good relationships with staff and they are helped to behave well.

For example, staff involve children in discussions about the values of the club, such as how to be helpful towards others. Children eagerly provide examples about how they can achieve this, such as being fair during games that they play together. • Children say that they enjoy coming to the club.

They like playing team games and joining in with craft activities. They also say that they enjoy outdoors and have fun with the staff who play with them. • Parents spoken to say that their children enjoy coming to the club and the activities provided, such as swimming.

They say that the staff are welcoming to them and their children. • The providers and staff frequently evaluate the quality of care and activities provided for children. They obtain parents' and children's views and use these to continually make improvements.

It is not yet outstanding because: • Occasionally, staff do not obtain information promptly from parents about their children's interests before they begin at the club, in order to use this in their early planning. • At times, the organisation of some large-group activities is drawn out. In these instances, younger children become less attentive and distracted.

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