Ultimate Activity Camps at Headington Prep School

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About Ultimate Activity Camps at Headington Prep School

Name Ultimate Activity Camps at Headington Prep School
Ofsted Inspections
Address Headington School, 26 London Road, Headington, OXFORD, OX3 7PB
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Oxfordshire
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Managers are keen and dedicated to ensuring the camp delivers a high-quality service to parents and children.

The system that managers have in place for self-evaluation works well. They take on the views of staff, parents and children and make appropriate changes. Managers have a good awareness of what they do well and areas to focus on to promote continuous development.

• Staff are good role models and they have very consistent expectations of children's behaviour. Children learn the rules, behave well and respect each other. • Children are warmly welcomed into the camp by friendly staff.

Staff show a genuine interest in them and discuss... the activities that they will be doing, such as swimming, scatter ball and nature trails. • Parents are very happy with the service the camp provides. They find the staff team approachable and flexible to meet the individual needs of their children.

They state that their children enjoy attending the camp and enjoy the play-based ethos. It is not yet outstanding because: • At times, activities are not organised effectively to engage the quieter children fully and encourage their involvement. • The strategies used by staff to share information about children's interests and abilities from parents at the outset are not fully embedded.

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