Springers - Breakfast, After School & Holiday Club

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About Springers - Breakfast, After School & Holiday Club

Name Springers - Breakfast, After School & Holiday Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Lodge Farm Primary School, Mobbsbury Way, STEVENAGE, Hertfordshire, SG2 0HP
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Hertfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • The provider is committed to offering the best-quality care for children and values the support of her dedicated team of staff. She is clear about the strengths of the club.

The provider is in the process of delegating additional roles to staff to allow her more time to work on areas she wishes to develop. • Children have plenty of opportunities to take part in physical activities. Outdoors, they climb apparatus, play football and ride scooters at speed.

Indoors, children play energetic team games and climb over high dens that they build. Staff guide and encourage children to persevere and develop new skills. For example, children develop the abi...lity to balance momentarily on two hands and skip with a rope.

• Each child's key person gathers detailed information from parents when children first join the club. They use this information to support children's emotional well-being. For instance, staff purchase new resources to match children's interests at home.

This helps children to feel settled as they face new situations and begin to engage with the routines in the club. • Parents say that the club is affordable and safe, enabling them to work without worry. They feel that the staff care about their children and are incredibly positive about the club.

• The provider is not making the best possible use of opportunities to monitor and evaluate staff's practice. There is too little focus on raising the overall quality of practice to the highest level. • Staff do not consistently share precise information with the parents of children who attend during term time about what their children enjoy doing at the club.

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