Holy Saviour Breakfast and After School Club

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About Holy Saviour Breakfast and After School Club

Name Holy Saviour Breakfast and After School Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Holy Saviour RC Primary School, Holland Place, Nelson, Lancashire, BB9 8HD
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The manager and staff work closely together as a staff team and share the same vision and values for the club.

They regularly evaluate their service and are proactive in seeking the views of children and parents to develop the club further. • Children have made secure attachments with staff and are very happy and settled in the club. Children contribute ideas towards activities and demonstrate a great sense of ownership of the club.

Staff are skilful in supporting children and their interactions are warm and nurturing. • Children's behaviour is exemplary. They understand the concept of sharing and turn taking, and independently support younger ch...ildren as they play.

Children are extremely respectful of staff and enjoy helping to take part in routines. For example, they independently offer to help to prepare snack for their peers. • Partnerships with parents are good and information about children's needs or messages from school are shared on a daily basis.

Parents are complimentary about the care their children receive at the club. For example, they comment that they feel children are safe and happy and that 'staff are lovely'. • Staff work closely with teachers from the on-site school.

They gain information from teachers about children's development in the classroom and offer activities that complement learning in school. • Staff do not always consider children's natural interests and curiosities in the outdoor environment. • Targets for staff development are not yet sufficiently focused on what staff can do in order to support children to make the most rapid progress.

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Holy Saviour Roman Catholic Primary School, Nelson

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