GO GO Makers Limited

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About GO GO Makers Limited

Name GO GO Makers Limited
Address Finham Primary School, Green Lane, Coventry, CV3 6EJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Coventry
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Children arrive excitedly and ready to start their day. They receive a warm and friendly welcome from staff, who take them into the club. Children put their belongings away and quickly join in with the activities on offer.

They swiftly engage in conversations with staff and other children. They chatter happily together, talking about their interests and what they like to do. This helps children and staff to get to know each other and form secure relationships, so that children feel safe and settled.

Children are eager to get involved with the broad range of activities provided for them. They listen and follow instructions ...as they learn how to take part in archery, with age-appropriate resources. Staff support them to hold the equipment and release the arrow safely into a board.

Children develop an understanding of how to stay safe as they form lines behind a boundary and wait patiently for their turn. Children enjoy participating in various craft activities. They use their imagination as they paint with sponges and other tools on paper.

Children practise their pencil skills as they draw cats and use scissors to carefully cut out their pictures. They strengthen their small-hand muscles as they manipulate pipe cleaners to create spiders as they explore things related to Halloween.

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

The provider implements clear systems to help staff get to know children.

There are suitable arrangements in place to allocate children a named key person. Information is obtained from parents before children start at the club to find out about their interests, likes and things they are less keen on. Staff use this information to plan and provide resources and experiences that help children to settle in with ease and enjoy their time at the club.

Children's health and welfare is well supported. Children wash their hands and enjoy healthy snacks they bring to the club. Staff are alert to dietary requirements and provide close supervision while children are eating.

Children are taught about the importance of not touching or sharing food with other children, which helps to safeguard every child.Children have plenty of opportunities to practise their physical skills. They join in with lots of different experiences, where they learn new sports, such as fencing.

Children enjoy being physically active. They play ring games with their friends and move around in different ways when listening to music.Children behave well.

Staff set out clear expectations for their behaviour. They start the day by reviewing the club rules, which are aimed to keep everybody safe. Children are respectful of these rules.

They listen attentively to staff and take turns during games and activities. Children share resources with ease and are kind to each other.The provider is committed to meeting every child's individual needs.

For children with special educational needs and/or disabilities, they hold a meeting with parents before their first session. A detailed form is completed to establish children's individual needs. This information is used to identify and provide targeted support to help each child receive a positive experience.

Staff are happy in their roles at the club. They praise the high levels of support they receive from the provider. Staff access regular training and supervision opportunities to promote their continued professional development.

They welcome additional meetings to discuss growth and progression opportunities, and recognition of their performance. Staff state that this inspires them to continually improve which, in turn, promotes the interests of children who attend.Parents speak positively about the service that the club provides.

They welcome the daily feedback they receive from staff about what their child has been doing. Parents are pleased with the new opportunities the club has provided for their child to broaden their interests and experiences.The provider has a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities.

Required documents are maintained and kept up to date. Children's hours of attendance are accurately recorded. Staffing levels are planned carefully to ensure that there are enough staff available and present.

This includes making sure that somebody is always present who holds a current paediatric first-aid certificate. This helps to ensure children's safety.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.

Rigorous induction training is provided to all staff to ensure they understand their role to safeguard children. Staff have a secure understanding of different safeguarding issues that children may be subject to. They know how to identify signs that could mean a child is at risk of harm and the procedures to follow to report any concerns they have.

Staff understand what action to take if they have concerns about the conduct of another adult. Risk assessment is used effectively to ensure that the environment remains safe and secure. The provider follows robust processes to check the suitability of staff who work with children.

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