Greenbank Breakfast and Afterschool Club

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About Greenbank Breakfast and Afterschool Club

Name Greenbank Breakfast and Afterschool Club
Address Greenbank School, Mossley Avenue, Liverpool, L18 1JB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Liverpool
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Staff create a calm, organised and friendly environment. Children arrive happily at the club.

They sort their own belongings out before going off to play with their friends. Staff build positive bonds with children. They are genuinely interested to hear about children's day.

Children demonstrate that they feel safe and secure.Children behave well. Staff are positive role models and they have high expectations of all children.

They encourage children to show respect to each other. For example, staff remind children to listen to each other's thoughts and ideas when they are talking. Children are kind and caring.
For example, the older children set up obstacle courses for the younger children to take part in. Children are praised for their helpful behaviour. They receive star of the week certificates and earn stickers to go on their charts.

These positive reinforcements help to raise children's self-esteem.Children's growing independence is supported well. For example, children serve their own food and pour their own drinks at snack time.

They carry their plates to the washing-up bowl when they have finished. Children manage their own personal hygiene. This helps children to feel proud of the tasks they can complete by themselves.

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

Staff build positive working relationships with the host school. They know children well. Staff hold regular meetings to discuss the individual needs of children attending the club.

All children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities, are supported well.Children's physical development is promoted well. Children have copious opportunities to run, jump, skip and hop as they complete obstacle courses outside.

Staff play games, such as hide and seek with children. This helps to develop children's large-muscle movements. They thoroughly enjoy their time at the club.

Diversity is promoted well. Staff celebrate festivals with children. They encourage children to share their own experiences of festivals with their friends.

For example, during the inspection, children explain to their friends about the henna designs on their hands. This helps children learn about the similarities and differences between themselves and others.Self-evaluation is accurate and thorough.

Leaders recognise the strengths of the club and identify areas for future improvements. Staff also send out questionnaires to gain parents' views on the club. This provides them with ways they can improve their service for children.

Staff are well supported. Leaders complete regular supervisions for staff. They provide staff with targets to help them further improve their knowledge and skills.

Staff access professional development courses, such as first aid, to keep their mandatory training up to date. They comment on how valued they feel in their job roles. Their commitment to continuous improvements helps to ensure children's needs are met well at the club.

Children behave well. Older children buddy up with the younger children to complete activities. Children of all ages play together, sharing the toys and resources.

They listen attentively to staff's instructions and follow them well. Children understand the positive behaviour that is expected of them.Parent partnerships are strong.

Parents comment on how much children enjoy coming to the club. They praise the club for the home-from-home environment that they create. Staff discuss what children have eaten for snack during handover times.

They also ensure pertinent messages from school are passed on to parents. This helps to provide continuity in children's care.Staff prioritise children's safety and well-being.

They conduct robust risk assessments to ensure the indoor and outdoor areas are safe. Staff complete regular fire evacuation drills with children. This helps children understand what to do in the event of an emergency.

Staff promote children's art and design skills well, which complements their learning at school. Children paint pictures of someone that is important to them. They complete detailed drawings with their friends.

This helps children to develop their creativity.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.There is an open and positive culture around safeguarding that puts children's interests first.

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