Outlane Out of School Club

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Name Outlane Out of School Club
Inspections
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: Moorlands Primary School, Moorlands Road, HUDDERSFIELD, HD3 3UH
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Kirklees
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstandingnStaff meticulously plan an abundance of impressive activities and experiences, taking superb account of children's views and interests.

These provide children with a breadth of extended knowledge and skills. Additionally, they foster children's excellent disposition for learning exciting new things, such as making candy floss.nThe providers, one of whom is the manager of the club, and staff have a determined drive to maintain a high-quality service for children and families.

Staff's wealth of experience, knowledge of early years and qualifications have an exceptionally positive impact on the first-class practice.nStaff create a rich and vibra...nt environment that highly supports children's independent learning and keeps them engrossed.nChildren show high levels of confidence and have first-rate relationships with staff.

Staff support children's transitions to the club amazingly well, including through the 'Marvellous Me' topic. This helps children to develop an astounding sense of security.nStaff establish exemplary relationships with Reception staff, working in partnership to complement children's care and their progress in school to the highest level.

nChildren learn about being healthy in remarkable ways. For example, they print with vegetables and make vegetable soup, sort foods to create healthy and unhealthy lunch boxes and make fruit kebabs and smoothies. nStaff are outstanding role models who instil high levels of respect.

Children demonstrate exemplary friendships and behaviour. They undoubtedly understand the club rules which they help to create and display. This includes anti-bullying messages.

nChildren have amazing opportunities to learn about staying safe. For example, they complete their own written risk assessments and make booklets as part of the internet safety display. Children also engage in road safety topics, part of which includes a visit from the school crossing patrol officer.