Strathmore Fun Club

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About Strathmore Fun Club

Name Strathmore Fun Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Strathmore Infant School, Old Hale Way, HITCHIN, Hertfordshire, SG5 1XR
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 • Children are happy and settled.

They build strong bonds with staff and form secure friendships with other children. • The manager is effective in promoting opportunities for staff to develop their continuous professional development. Regular supervision and team meetings help staff to feel valued and enable them to identify their own strengths and areas for improvements.

This supports staff to identify further training to improve their skills. • Staff provide good opportunities for children to develop their physical skills. For example, children play a range of games, such as football.

In addition to this, children confidently initiate o...pportunities to practise their gymnastic and dance routines. • The key-person system is effective. Parents communicate on a daily basis with key staff and they share information effectively.

This provides good opportunities for staff to meet children's specific and individual needs. • Children engage for long periods of time. They use their initiative to create individual items of interest during art and craft activities.

Staff praise children for skilfully using their imaginations. This promotes their confidence and self-esteem. • The manager and her staff team evaluate their setting to promote continuous improvements.

For example, they regularly seek the views of parents and children and consistently reflect on activities to ensure that they can continually provide experiences that children enjoy. • On occasions, staff do not always make strong links with the schools that children attend to enable a consistent, shared approach to children's care and experiences. • Although children thoroughly enjoy their time at the club and choose from resources made available, staff have not considered ways to encourage them to take a more active role in the day-to-day planning of activities.

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