Southeast Kids Camps

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About Southeast Kids Camps

Name Southeast Kids Camps
Address Pound Hill Junior School, Crawley Lane, Crawley, Sussex, RH10 7EB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this early years setting?

This provision meets requirements Children are happy and settled and thoroughly enjoy being at the club. Their faces light up when they see the staff collecting them.

Children know how to keep safe when walking from their classrooms to the club. They listen and respond to staff who help them to behave well, such as remembering to use 'kind hands'. Children particularly enjoy playing outdoors and being physically active.

They eagerly take part in the planned group activities, such as dancing and playing ball games. Children have fun using their imagination and show positive attitudes as they play. They show their friends and staff a variety of dance routine...s.

Children confidently explain to visitors how they help to care for the pet rabbits who live in the school grounds. Children choose what they want to play with and where they want to play. They delight in playing card games with staff, they laugh together and take turns.

They are proud of their artwork, which is displayed. Children creatively use a variety of recycled materials during art and craft activities. They show a keen interest in drawing, talk confidently about their pictures and take these home to share with their families.

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

The manager has an enthusiastic nature and is a good role model for staff and children. For instance, as soon as she suggests group games to play, the children eagerly join in. The manager encourages them to share their ideas and knowledge with each other.

This successfully develops children's confidence to talk and helps to make friendships stronger.Staff take account of children's interests and cultural backgrounds when planning activities. Children draw, paint and make a range of artefacts to create a colourful 'Autumn Festival' display.

This helps children to learn about differences and how to respect each other. They delight in explaining to visitors the meaning of the cards and pictures they have made.Children describe their time at the club as 'great' and 'fun'.

They say that they have always have plenty to do and staff are funny and friendly. Children recall past experiences, such as having picnics outdoors, water play in the summer and playing board games. They settle quickly and feel secure at the club.

They make friends at the club and enjoy playing with children of different ages.Staff lead by example and help children to understand what is expected of them. They have a good relationship with staff from the host school.

The manager is considering ways to enhance consistency for children between the settings even further. For example, the sharing of children's needs, behavioural strategies and support plans.Staff and children have adapted to routines, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Staff help children to develop healthy lifestyles, such as playing outdoors. Children know to wash their hands on arrival to the club and before eating. Staff ensure snack times are sociable occasions and they serve the children the pre-prepared sandwiches and fruit.

However, current snack time arrangements result in children becoming restless as they queue to choose food.The provider highly values the staff and the work they do with the children. He encourages them to undertake relevant qualifications and provides continuous training.

This helps to ensure that they have current information to care for the children. New staff complete a detailed induction programme to ensure they understand their responsibilities. Staff say that they enjoy working for the provider and that they are well supported in their roles.

Parents speak highly about the club and the enthusiastic staff. They value how they work to understand each child's needs and celebrate their cultural backgrounds. Parents say that their children love attending the club and report that they receive lots of support and information about their children's activities.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.Staff demonstrate a clear understanding of how to keep children safe. They know how to identify and refer any concerns about children's welfare or the behaviour of any adults working at the club.

Staff attend regular safeguarding training, which includes wider aspects, such as awareness of extremism and social media safety. The provider follows robust recruitment and vetting procedures. Staff's ongoing suitability is frequently reviewed.

This helps to ensure that staff working with children are suitable for their role. Staff ensure that collection times are well managed. They complete risk assessments in order to help to ensure the safety of children while attending the club.

Also at this postcode
Pound Hill Junior School, Crawley Pound Hill Infant Academy

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