Skools Out Ltd

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About Skools Out Ltd

Name Skools Out Ltd
Ofsted Inspections
Address Roughtown Road, Mossley, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, OL5 0SG
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Tameside
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is goodnStaff are well qualified and have a good knowledge and understanding of how young children learn. They observe children's play and assess their development.

Staff identify any gaps in children's learning quickly and share these with teachers. This helps to promote good levels of consistency and continuity for children. nThe key-person system is well established and effective.

Children develop close relationships with staff and strong friendships with each other. Staff provide a nurturing and welcoming environment and demonstrate a genuine affection for the children in their care. Children develop high levels of emotional security and self-esteem..../>
nStaff plan a wide range of activities indoors that capture children's interests and complement their learning in school well. Children are fully involved in the planning process and make independent choices about what they would like to do. They demonstrate extremely good levels of engagement in activities and a positive attitude to learning.

nChildren behave very well and show a good understanding of the club's expectations. They are very kind and helpful towards staff and each other. Staff encourage children to resolve minor conflicts themselves and to agree on a solution.

This helps children to learn how to negotiate and compromise and to listen to and value the opinions of others. nPartnerships with parents are very strong. There is good two-way flow of information between the club and parents.

This helps provide continuity in meeting children's needs. Parents are highly complimentary about the club. They comment that, 'we couldn't wish for a better place for children to spend their time after school'.

Parents state that children, 'jump for joy and need no encouragement to attend the club'. nStaff do not fully explore additional ways to extend children's good awareness of the similarities and differences between themselves and others to a higher level.nStaff do not consistently plan outdoor activities to provide for all children's interests, particularly for children who prefer to play and develop their skills outside.

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