Fun Fest Luton

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About Fun Fest Luton

Name Fun Fest Luton
Address Bramingham Primary School, Freeman Avenue, LUTON, LU3 4BL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Luton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Children arrive happily to the club. They communicate confidently with those around them and feel comfortable and settled. For instance, the youngest children speak to visitors about what they are doing.

Children listen to staff and follow their guidance and instructions. They engage positively with the activities that staff provide for them. Relationships between children and staff are respectful.

The youngest children confidently ask for help and support when they need to. Children lead their own play. They enjoy using their imaginations.

They talk openly to staff about what they are doing. For example, the youn...gest children use the pasta they have left over from a creative activity to pretend to make meals for staff. They ask staff what they would like to eat, pretending to cook the food for them.

Older children gather the views and opinions of other children. Their feedback then contributes towards future planning for activities at the club. This helps children to remain motivated during the activities on offer and feel like valued members of the club.

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

Staff support younger children to develop their social skills and interactions with others. They model how to listen to others and value other people's ideas and opinions. For instance, staff encourage all of the children to listen to other children's ideas at the start of activities.

This helps children to understand how to communicate with others effectively.Parents are very happy with the service that the club provides. The owner has strong communication with parents.

The parents share their positive thoughts about the staff team with her through regular feedback. They hold discussions about children's individual needs. This supports the whole staff team to meet the needs of each child in their care.

The leadership and management of the club is strong. The dedicated owner recognises the importance of staff being suitable for their roles when she recruits them. Senior staff members regularly observe the rest of the staff team interacting with children.

They provide staff with relevant feedback to help them improve their already strong interactions even further.Staff feel valued in their roles. They have opportunities to develop within the organisation.

For instance, staff progress to become managers and take the lead in activities. Staff complete mandatory training before they start their roles. The owner understands that ongoing training is not yet as focused as possible.

For instance, she recognises that staff would benefit from gaining even more knowledge about how to support children's behaviour. This could help them to address the rare occurrences of low-level disruption even more confidently than they already do.The whole staff team communicate well, turning to one another for support and guidance when they need to.

They are highly reflective. They discuss how each day has gone with one another and explore what they could do differently the following day. As a result, the quality of the provision on offer is high and the staff team work effectively together.

The owner takes on board feedback from other professionals and is keen to implement changes to develop the club further. For instance, she recognises that staff could ensure they have all the resources they need before starting activities. This can lead to less disruption and maximise what children gain from the activities on offer.

Children enjoy outdoor activities. They learn about the importance of warming up their bodies before they exercise. Children develop their skills.

For example, the youngest children carefully balance objects on spoons as they move along an activity course. This helps them to strengthen their hand-to-eye coordination.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.

Staff have a good understanding of their responsibilities to keep children safe. Appropriate processes are in place for staff to follow should they need to raise concerns regarding children's welfare. Staff receive training to help them keep their safeguarding knowledge up to date.

The manager checks the ongoing suitability of the staff team. Staff recognise the possible signs of abuse and neglect. They are aware of the process to follow should they need to raise concerns regarding a colleague.

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