Kids Hangout @ Parish

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About Kids Hangout @ Parish

Name Kids Hangout @ Parish
Ofsted Inspections
Address Parish C of E School, Acland Street, Gainsborough, DN21 2LN
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lincolnshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good Since the last inspection, the management committee has worked closely with the local authority to secure its knowledge and understanding of its roles and responsibilities. All people who are responsible for the leadership and management of the club have now had their suitability verified by Ofsted. Staff provide quality play opportunities that reflect children's interests.

Activities are stimulating and exciting and suit the needs of a wide variety of ages. Children play well together and enjoy attending the club. Staff work closely with the Reception teacher from the host school who spends time in the club with the children.

Staff ensure they mai...ntain a working relationship with her, sharing information about children's interests. This helps to complement the learning that is taking place in the school. Children's behaviour is good.

Staff help to create a calm and friendly atmosphere. Children clearly understand the rules and boundaries and develop positive attitudes to others. Children of all ages play harmoniously together.

Staff use a noticeboard and have a printed brochure for parents to convey information about the club and activities offered to children. These help to ensure there is a good partnership with parents. It is not yet outstanding because: Staff do not give children enough opportunities to make independent choices in their play.