High Flyers Deddington

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About High Flyers Deddington

Name High Flyers Deddington
Ofsted Inspections
Address Deddington Primary School, Earls Lane, Deddington, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 0TJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oxfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The provider has a good knowledge of her role and responsibilities. Her organised approach and dedication help her lead her staff team effectively.

Staff implement the requirements of the early years foundation stage very well. • Staff adhere to the provider's policies, procedures and risk assessments to help ensure children's health, safety and well-being. • Partnerships with school are well established.

The headteacher of the school is positive about the impact for children. He states the after-school club staff, who also work as school teaching assistants, know the children very well. He adds that the provider is a good communicator and that p...arents very much appreciate the service staff offer to their children after the school day.

• Children enjoy their time at the after-school club. They are eager to join in with their activities. Children explain that they 'love attending' and have 'made lots of friends'.

Children behave very well. They are respectful of each other. Older children at the setting are good role models.

Children receive good-quality care, in line with that at school. • Staff are reflective of their practice and keen to improve. They are looking forward to the possibility of a purpose-built environment to be shared with school to enhance the provision further.

Staff have identified ways to encourage children's perception of risk even more and are introducing new practice to invite children to help assess safety at the setting at the start and during the session. • Children contribute to ideas for activities to do each day. However, practice to embed this as part of a more-robust evaluation process, to help staff know what children enjoy doing most or what they would like to do in the future, is not yet fully established.

• Parents comment positively about the care their children receive. They state that staff offer a broad range of activities and that children enjoy attending. Parents add that staff relay important information from school and keep them updated about what they have done at the after-school session.

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