Cool Kidz @ Roebuck

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Name Cool Kidz @ Roebuck
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: THE ROEBUCK SCHOOL, Inkerman Street, Preston, PR2 2BN
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding • The leadership and management of the club are exceptional. Managers are committed, passionate and show a continuous drive to maintain the very highest levels of care and practice.

Together with the staff team, they evaluate the provision extremely well to bring about precise improvements. • Children thrive as their emotional well-being, welfare and personal development are at the very heart of this setting. Staff are highly attentive to their needs and show a genuine interest during interactions.

Children are confident, display excellent social skills and thoroughly enjoy engaging with new visitors to the club. • Partnership working with t...he host school is outstanding. Managers are extremely proactive.

They work tirelessly with school staff to carefully consider ways to work together, in superb support of the children attending and to fully complement the delivery of the early years foundation stage. • Staff are very well qualified, and they challenge and stimulate children exceptionally well. They develop children's language and vocabulary effectively and have meaningful conversations during activities.

Staff refer to teaching prompts on their lanyards, helping to maximise every opportunity to support and encourage children's learning. • Children with special educational needs and/or disabilities receive superb care. Staff fully utilise the support available within the school.

They work extremely closely with the school special educational needs coordinator to ensure children's needs are extremely well known and met. • Children have superb opportunities to develop a deep understanding and respect of others through rich and varied experiences. For example, following a day trip to London with some of the older children, discussions were held about the similarities and differences between the different areas of the country.