Hardwick 3.15 Cambourne

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About Hardwick 3.15 Cambourne

Name Hardwick 3.15 Cambourne
Ofsted Inspections
Address Hardwick And Cambourne Community School, Sheepfold Lane, Cambourne, Cambridge, CB23 6FL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Cambridgeshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • The manager and her team have addressed the issues from the last inspection. All required documentation is readily available. Committee members know they must complete necessary checks to establish they are suitable to provide childcare.

• Children develop good relationships with staff, which help to support their emotional well-being. Staff work hard to create a welcoming environment. They greet children with warm smiles and show a genuine interest in their conversations.

• The club has effective settling-in processes. Young children quickly gain their confidence. They have good support from their key person, who helps them to develop friendships... with other children.

• Staff support children's interests well. They enable children to play a key role in deciding on their activities. Children discuss resources they would like to have and learn how to spend their play budget wisely.

• Staff make sure children play in a safe and secure environment. They carry out thorough checks of the areas used by children and ensure activities, such as ball games, are risk assessed and monitored. It is not yet outstanding because: • Staff do not make the most of opportunities to extend children's independence and self-reliance, particularly in practical tasks, such as helping with food preparation.

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