Swallowfield After School Club

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About Swallowfield After School Club

Name Swallowfield After School Club
Ofsted Inspections
Address Swallowfield Lower School, Weathercock Close, Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes, MK17 8SL
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority CentralBedfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • This is a strong provision, with some excellent aspects. The leadership and staff are well qualified and highly experienced. They work exceptionally well together and there is a shared commitment to improve the quality of the provision to the highest standard.

• The provider has effective arrangements in place for staff training and professional development. Staff talk about the positive influence this has on their practice. For example, they have developed new ideas on how to implement risky play opportunities.

Staff explain how this enables children to think of ways to keep themselves safe. • Children thoroughly enjoy their time in the welcomin...g and nurturing club. They readily use a 'worry box' to help them to express any concerns they have.

Staff sensitively help children to learn to support each other. For example, they encourage them to share strategies they use to overcome worries, such as starting in new classes or schools. This has a highly positive impact on children's well-being and mental health.

• Staff provide activities that are of great interest to children. As they hunt for stones buried in sand staff explain what archaeologists do. They encourage children to use books to gain more information.

This supports children's learning at school effectively. • Partnership working is not as strong as it could be. For example, staff do not have the best possible links with children's teachers at school and parents' views on the club are not consistently sought.

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