Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Highlights from Latest Inspection
Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is good Staff are caring and warm towards the children in their care.
This helps all children to develop strong emotional attachments. Staff support children to develop their own club rules. This helps children to develop their good behaviour and build friendships with one another.
Staff promote positive relationships with parents. They ask parents about their child's interests at home before they start at the club. This, along with parents' attendance at settling-in sessions, helps children to settle quickly.
Staff provide parents with verbal feedback about their child's time at the club each day. Children take an active part in planning their ow...n activities. This helps to raise their self-esteem and enhance their sense of belonging to the club.
The manager evaluates the quality of the provision effectively. The views of staff, children and parents are taken into account to help shape future improvements. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff do not make best use of questioning techniques during children's activities to expand their thinking and vocabulary even further.