Kids Rock Club Ltd

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About Kids Rock Club Ltd

Name Kids Rock Club Ltd
Address Firs CP School, Firs Road, Sale, Cheshire, M33 5EL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Trafford
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Children settle in well when they arrive at the club after school. They enjoy talking to staff about their day. Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the club has reviewed its arrangements for collecting children from school classes to reduce contact.

Parents have not been able to enter the club. Staff make time to speak to parents outdoors at the end of the day to tell them about their child's day. Children are well cared for, and staff know how to keep children safe.

Children behave well and show respect to each other and to staff. Staff know individual children well and have very positive relationships with them. ...Staff are positive role models for the children.

They understand how to support children's emotional well-being by nurturing them so that they grow in confidence.Staff offer children many opportunities to develop their physical skills. There are many resources for children to choose from.

Children climb, use exercise equipment, bats, balls and skipping ropes outdoors. Staff freely join in with children's games and children freely approach staff, asking for help. For example, children ask staff for assistance when trying to push the peddles down on the step exercise machine.

Staff have high expectations of children and support their play very well.

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

Children are actively involved in making decisions, for example choosing new resources and the food for their snack. This supports children's confidence and self-esteem as they know their ideas are valued.

Children learn about the natural world in meaningful ways. The resident chickens provide an interesting learning opportunity that captivates children's curiosity. For example, staff teach children where eggs come from.

They also discuss the foxes that come to visit, hoping to spot one and excitedly look for dens.Children demonstrate a clear understanding of COVID-19 hygiene procedures. Children follow the club zone routines well.

They know they need to wash their hands as they arrive ready for snack time. Children enjoy talking to each other as they eat the fruit and toast. They say 'please' and 'thank you', and staff praise them for their good manners.

Links with the school routines and a shared ethos mean children behave very well. They are polite and considerate. All children understand what is expected of them and how they should treat each other with friendly respect.

The manager evaluates the club accurately and develops actions for improvements, such as further enhancing the professional development of staff. She seeks opinions from parents and children when assessing the provision and uses these to plan resources and activities. Staff have regular meetings to share their thoughts on what they do well and where they could improve.

The owner is committed to ensuring her staff's well-being. Staff know they can speak to her about their needs.Relationships between the staff and parents are good.

Parents praise the approachable and friendly staff. Staff gather information from parents about their children. For example, they find out about children's likes and dislikes, family members and any dietary or medical needs.

Staff keep parents informed through daily conversations and also send updates via emails and a new online booking system. These positive relationships help to promote strong communication and continuity of care.The manager deploys her staff team effectively and staff report that they feel well supported in their roles.

For example, the manager coaches new staff, giving them opportunities to plan and lead small-group activities, such as football. This helps to build their confidence.Staff understand the needs of the children and their families who attend the club.

They know precisely what is required to help children flourish, such as increasing their confidence in social situations, or developing and supporting an interest in reading. Staff consciously consider the unique needs of each child. They skilfully expand and extend children's communication and personal, social and emotional skills, through effective questioning and commenting positively as they play.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.Staff understand their responsibilities to help protect children from harm. They ensure their knowledge stays current and detailed.

For instance, staff can identify any signs or symptoms which may indicate that a child is being abused. They also confidently understand the procedures to follow should they have an allegation against another member of staff, or a member of the management team. Staff build strong, genuine relationships with children.

This helps to ensure they recognise any changes in a child's behaviour which may cause concern. The club premises are very secure, and access is only granted to known or verified people. This helps to minimise the risk of harm to children.

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