Cherrytree Childcare

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About Cherrytree Childcare


Name Cherrytree Childcare
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Vale School, 88 Vale Avenue, Worthing, BN14 0DB
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children enjoy coming to this welcoming, well-organised club.

They arrive happily after school and quickly settle into the familiar routine. • Relationships between children and staff are good. Children approach staff confidently for help or support and staff are sensitive to children's individual needs.

• Staff make good use of the interesting outdoor play space. Children have great fun as they play imaginative games and join in physical activities. • Children help themselves to equipment and resources and make confident choices about what to do.

At times, however, staff do not make full use of all opportunities to encourage children to... do simple tasks for themselves to further support their self-care skills, such as during mealtimes. • Staff prioritise children's safety. They implement clear procedures for activities, such as using the climbing zone, to ensure children understand the rules.

This helps keep children safe. • There is a strong partnership with the school. Staff work closely with teachers and other school staff.

They regularly share relevant information to help ensure children benefit from a consistent approach. • Managers and staff reflect on their practice and work together closely to review what they do on a day-to-day basis. However, they have not fully established rigorous systems for evaluating the provision and identifying ambitious targets for future development, to help improve the provision even further.