Edenfield Breakfast And After School Club Ltd

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About Edenfield Breakfast And After School Club Ltd

Name Edenfield Breakfast And After School Club Ltd
Address Edenfield C Of E School, Market Street, Edenfield, Ramsbottom, BL0 0HL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Staff consider children's views and opinions about activities and resources well.

They plan the play environment with this in mind, to suit children's needs. Consequently, children enjoy their time at the club. They show that they feel safe as they are busy and engaged in their play and activities.

Staff provide spaces for children to relax, play with friends, and be creative. They are on hand to supervise homework if necessary. Children can choose to play outside and, for example, use the large spaces to practise their athletic and football skills.

Staff are friendly and are good role models for children. They he...lp children to understand the expectations of them, follow the well-embedded routines, and behave well. For instance, children quickly notice and respond when a member of staff raises an arm to gain their attention.

They play with their peers and help one another. For example, older children kindly explain the rules of the game that they are playing, to a younger child who joins their group. Staff offer praise for particularly kind behaviour through their rewards system.

Children receive a sticker and choose a small reward when they fill their 'postcard' with stickers. This helps to build children's self-esteem and reinforces positive behaviour.

What does the early years setting do well and what does it need to do better?

Staff promote children's personal development well.

They encourage children to take responsibility for their own belongings and supervise while they manage their self-care and hygiene needs. Staff help children understand the importance of healthy lifestyles. For instance, children enjoy a range of healthy snacks and have continual access to fruit and water.

Children have opportunities to use the outdoor areas daily. Staff encourage them to enjoy the fresh air and open spaces, supporting their overall well-being.Staff plan activities to help children find out about our diverse world.

For example, they plan crafts relating to Diwali and Chinese New Year. Staff discuss different types of families with children and help them understand how they are each unique. This helps to build children's understanding of life in modern Britain, in addition to positive attitudes and behaviours towards one another.

Leaders and staff work well together, each bringing different strengths to the team. Leaders monitor staff's interactions with children. They make good use of supervision sessions and training to further staff members' professional development and to build on their skills.

This helps to continually improve children's experiences at the club.The manager has strong links with the early years foundation stage staff from the host school. Their information sharing means that staff at the club know how to support the youngest children well.

The youngest children also have an older child as a named 'buddy' for additional support. Consequently, the youngest children demonstrate confidence and settle in at the club very well.Staff understand the basic needs of children with emerging special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and they monitor the children carefully.

Leaders understand the importance of continuing to build links with all parties involved in the care of children with SEND, to help them provide even better targeted support and continuity of care. Children with SEND are content in their surroundings at the club and in the care of leaders and staff.Leaders work hard to involve parents in the club and communication is effective.

This helps parents gain a good overview of the club and what their children do while they attend. Parents say their children enjoy attending and that staff and leaders are friendly and approachable. The effective communication supports consistency in children's care.

Leaders work closely with staff to plan the development of the club. They gather the opinions of parents and hold 'find out' sessions with groups of children to include their views too. This helps leaders to tailor their planning in response to children's interests.

This helps children to be engaged and interested in the activities and resources on offer.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.Leaders and staff have a sound understanding of safeguarding policies and procedures.

They understand how to identify when a child may be at risk of harm and how to refer concerns about a child's welfare to relevant agencies. Leaders have recently implemented additional measures to increase vigilance around the collection of children. For example, photograph and password identification are used if someone new arrives to collect a child.

This helps to ensure children's ongoing safety. Staff work hard to keep up to date with online terminology and acronyms, giving them additional insight into children's discussions. This helps staff support children to keep themselves safe online.

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