Delph Out Of School Care

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About Delph Out Of School Care

Name Delph Out Of School Care
Ofsted Inspections
Address Denshaw Road, Delph, Oldham, Lancashire, OL3 5HN
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oldham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Children are well settled in this well-resourced environment. They are cared for by enthusiastic and motivated staff who are compassionate and caring.

Children have ample opportunities to participate in a range of activities that meets their interests. • The manager leads her staff team with expertise. She has secure relationships with them that allow for reflection and collaborative working.

Staff work effectively together to meet the needs of children and support each other. • Parents are very complimentary about the provision and staff. They have a good knowledge of what happens in their children's time at the provision, and discuss the commun...ication which they feel is key in supporting their children and families.

• Partnership with the host school is effective and very strong. The provision and school staff work together seamlessly, which strengthens the continuity of ongoing learning for children. • Children have the utmost respect for other children and adults.

They are guided by positive staff who support children's developing knowledge in equality and diversity. For example, children have open discussions about children's differences, similarities and backgrounds. This supports children's understanding of the world around them and their local community.

• Although staff have attended training courses that support specific understanding of topics, they have not focused it on developing the quality of opportunities to a higher level. This means children are not always given varied opportunities to engage in. • There are occasions when children's play and activities are not extended with further resources to allow for creativity and imagination to develop further and flourish.

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