Premier Care Russell Street

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About Premier Care Russell Street

Name Premier Care Russell Street
Address Russell Street School, Russell Street, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes, MK11 1BT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority MiltonKeynes
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Children enjoy going to the club. They arrive happily and enjoy sharing their news with staff and each other. Children tell the inspector they have fun there and that the staff look after them.

This shows that children feel safe and secure.Children are keen to take part in the activities on offer. They smile and talk excitedly as staff tell them what they will be doing each day.

Children move happily from one activity to another because they know they will enjoy what comes next. Staff listen to children's views and adapt activities to their requests. This further supports children to feel listened to and respected.
.../>Children take part in a wide range of activities that enhance further their learning from school and their overall development. There are daily opportunities to play energetically outside, to promote children's good health. Staff read to children in animated voices and encourage them to discuss the stories.

Children have access to plenty of play experiences to follow their own interests and work together with their friends.

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

Staff ensure the club is a safe and welcoming environment for children. They have effective arrangements for ensuring children move between their time at school and the club safely.

Staff supervise children effectively, deploying themselves to ensure children can always be seen and heard.Staff understand what children need before or after a busy day at school. They provide hearty and nutritious snacks and meals.

Staff encourage children to exercise and also spend time in quieter, more restful activities. This means children are well placed to be ready to learn at school.Children have plenty of opportunities to practise their developing independence skills.

They hang up their coats and bags on arrival and help with daily tasks, such as tidying away toys before meals. Children are encouraged to make choices about what they would like to do.Staff build children's confidence and self-esteem by helping them succeed at what they are doing.

For example, on the day of the inspection, children were invited to make an edible snowman to take home. Staff sat with children and clearly explained and showed, step by step, what they needed to do. They then offered lots of support and encouragement as children focused hard to complete the task.

At the end there were smiles all round with the results.Children behave typically for their age. They are often lively, but they listen to staff, cooperate with requests and are polite to visitors.

This adds to the positive and happy atmosphere at the club.There are good relationships with staff at the host school. Several of the staff who work at the club also work at the host school and so are familiar faces to the children.

These existing relationships are used effectively to help younger children settle and feel comfortable in the new surroundings of the club.Parents express high levels of satisfaction with the club. They report that their children enjoy attending and they consider it a safe place for them to be.

However, some parents share that there is not enough information shared with them about the activities on offer. Leaders have plans to improve communication so parents are best placed to build further on children's interests at home.The club is run well and there is good oversight and support from representatives of the provider.

Staff get regular opportunities to discuss their performance and well-being. There are plans to support more staff to gain further qualifications. This all adds to a workforce who are skilled and very capable.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.Staff undertake regular training to keep their safeguarding knowledge updated. They confidently talk about the signs of potential abuse or neglect.

Staff understand the risks to children of being exposed to extreme views or domestic violence. They know how to share such concerns, including how to escalate to professionals outside of the organisation. Leaders follow robust procedures to check the suitability of those employed to work with children.

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