Ticklemetoo Breakfast, Afterschool & Holiday club (bah)

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About Ticklemetoo Breakfast, Afterschool & Holiday club (bah)

Name Ticklemetoo Breakfast, Afterschool & Holiday club (bah)
Ofsted Inspections
Address St. Margarets C of E Primary School, Arundel Road, Angmering, LITTLEHAMPTON, West Sussex, BN16 4LP
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority WestSussex
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is good • There is a strong leadership team in place and together, they accurately evaluate the effectiveness of the club. They continually make positive changes to help meet the needs of all children and to improve their daily experiences. • Children arrive at the club very happily and enthusiastically greet staff and their friends.

They say that they love spending time at the club and look forward to attending. They excitedly talk about their favourite things to do while at the club, such as 'playing football' and 'making dens'. • Partnerships with parents are positive.

Staff feed back daily about children's activities, welfare and experiences. Parents p...rovide good information when children start at the club, helping staff to get to know children well from the beginning. • Staff actively encourage children to help plan the activities, which helps to meet their interests and to develop their sense of belonging.

They provide a well-resourced and stimulating environment where children can play, relax and socialise. • Children behave very well and staff are consistent in their approach to managing their behaviour. Children develop strong friendships and social skills.

Older children are happy to support the younger ones, helping to support their emotional well-being. • Staff do not make the most of opportunities to share information with the school that children also attend to help provide a more consistent care and learning environment for children. • Staff miss some opportunities to fully encourage children's own understanding of the importance of some safety rules, such as how eating while playing can be dangerous.

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