School’s Out @ St Teresa’s

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About School’s Out @ St Teresa’s

Name School’s Out @ St Teresa’s
Ofsted Inspections
Address Address: St. Teresa’s Primary School, Stanley Grove, Penwortham, PRESTON, PR1 0JH
Type Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Lancashire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstanding The manager is passionate about providing the highest quality provision and shares her ambitious vision with the staff.

Innovative methods are used to regularly seek the views of staff, parents and children, in order to drive ongoing, highly targeted improvements. Staff promote excellent communication with teachers and parents. They use a variety of superb strategies to complement and continue children's learning at school, in the club and at home.

Staff provide an environment that significantly impacts on children's enthusiasm and independence skills. All children, including those with special educational needs and disabilities and those wh...o speak English as an additional language, are confident and flourishing. Children are very eager to take part in challenging activities where they learn how to manage risks safely.

They develop a growing understanding of how to keep themselves safe and healthy. Staff plan fun and highly enjoyable experiences and encourage children to make choices throughout the session. Children are eager to make decisions together and develop high levels of self-control and respect for each other.