Sand Out Of School Club

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About Sand Out Of School Club

Name Sand Out Of School Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Blaise Primary School And Nursery, Clavell Road, Bristol, BS10 7EJ
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Staff form positive relationships with children and provide them with a range of interesting activities that children enjoy. Children are happy, settle well on arrival and enjoy their time at the club. • The behaviour of children is very good.

The caring staff provide consistent, clear boundaries and teach children about the behaviour expectations. They give children lots of praise and encouragement, and celebrate their achievements, such as being kind and helpful to others. • Partnerships with parents and the host school are strong.

Staff have a very good relationship with parents, carers and teachers, and share information about the children in ...their care. This helps them to work in harmony and support children well. • Self-evaluation methods are effective.

Leaders are proactive at seeking feedback from parents, staff and children. For example, parents complete regular questionnaires and children draw and write their suggestions for improvements in a designated 'ideas book'. This has a positive impact on the quality of practice.

It is not yet outstanding because: • At times, staff do not give children enough opportunities to be physically active to promote their good health and well-being further. • Staff miss some opportunities to help children fully develop their independence. • The staff appraisal process is not consistently strong, to help staff recognise where and how they can improve and to learn good practice from one another.

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