Kidz R Us

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About Kidz R Us

Name Kidz R Us
Address New Scotland Hill Primary School, Grampian Road, SANDHURST, Berkshire, GU47 8NQ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority BracknellForest
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Children are relaxed and pleased to see staff when they are arrive at the club from school. They clearly look forward to attending and benefit from the supportive and well-organised environment.

Friendships flourish in this setting and children enjoy feeling part of a club. Staff work hard to ensure that the atmosphere in the club is fun and welcoming. They get to know the children very well and consider their interests when planning.

For instance, children have opportunities to add resources they would like to see in the club to a 'wish list'. This supports children in gaining a sense of security and belonging. Children b...ehave well, are helpful and treat each other with respect.

For example, children are eager to help tidy up and dry plates after snack time. They also show polite manners and kindness to each other. Children enjoy a range of opportunities to be physically active.

Staff ensure that children access the outdoor area daily, where children enjoy making choices about which equipment they would like to use. Here, they can benefit from the fresh air while participating in activities, such as playing football, climbing on apparatus, and chasing their friends around the playground. This promotes children's ability to improve physical fitness, balance, coordination and control.

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

Staff plan the play environment based on children's current interests, which encourage them to engage in their play. In addition, they plan a variety of seasonal activities, such as to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Children arrive to see noodles and state 'I love this snack.'

They have opportunities to explore messy play and interesting arts and craft resources. These activities ensure that children are engaged and happy during their time at the club.The key-person system is effective.

All early years children are allocated a specific adult. This key person liaises with teachers and parents to help meet any specific needs of individual children. Children are well settled at the club.

Children are motivated towards their play. They are eager to join in games and try new activities. Staff encourage children to regulate their own behaviour with clear boundaries and positive strategies.

As a result, children are happy and there is a harmonious atmosphere.Leaders ensure that staff are well deployed and supervise the children vigilantly across the different areas of the setting. Staff communicate successfully with each other when moving around and ensure that important information is shared successfully.

Staff help children to gain a good understanding of personal hygiene and healthy lifestyle choices. Children know to wash their hands before snack and are offered a selection of fruits and vegetables each day. Staff support children's independence skills well.

For example, children use tongs and chopsticks to serve their own snacks or spread their choice of toppings on their toast. Staff encourage children to clear their own plates after eating and to help tidy up.Leaders create an inclusive environment.

Staff meet children's individual needs and celebrate what makes each child unique. Staff promote equality and ensure everyone is treated fairly. Children gain a good understanding of how to be kind and respectful.

Staff work in partnership with the link school, parents and other agencies. Staff communicate effectively with parents about the child's school day and general well-being.Leaders are effective in promoting staff development opportunities.

Regular supervision helps to ensure any individual training is identified, while future areas of improvement can be supported effectively. Staff feedback they enjoy working at the club and they feel well supported, valued and work as a close-knit team. Staff complete regular training online and an induction that outlines all policies and procedures.

This ensures staff know their job roles and responsibilities.Parents speak highly of the club. They value the regular communication provided and relevant information passed on from the school.

They state that their children really enjoy attending the wraparound care and holiday club provided.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.There is an open and positive culture around safeguarding that puts children's interests first.

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