St Peter’s Funclub

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About St Peter’s Funclub

Name St Peter’s Funclub
Ofsted Inspections
Address St Peter’s Church of England Primary School, Belford Road, Harrogate, HG1 1JA
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority NorthYorkshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • Staff create a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, contributing to children feeling happy and content in their surroundings.

Staff offer regular praise and encouragement to children, helping them to feel valued and appreciated. • Staff communicate well with children and support their language skills. They skilfully ask lots of good open questions to extend children's thinking.

Staff encourage children to chat about their day. • The management team implement thorough systems for the recruitment, induction and vetting of staff. This helps to ensure that staff are fully suitable for their roles.

• Overall, partnerships with parents are well es...tablished. Staff provide parents with verbal feedback on a daily basis to keep them informed about children's activities, achievements and welfare. Parents spoken to on the day of the inspection express high levels of satisfaction with the club.

• Staff place high importance on ensuring children's safety. They supervise children effectively, while still encouraging their independence. There are clear routines and boundaries in place and children are aware of the rules of the club.

For example, they understand not to run indoors. • The manager has not yet fully developed effective systems to monitor staff practice and enable staff to reflect on the quality of their interactions with children. • Methods for parents to contribute to the club's evaluation of practice and give their ideas for future developments are not highly effective.

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