University Hospital Playscheme

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About University Hospital Playscheme

Name University Hospital Playscheme
Ofsted Inspections
Address Dunkirk & Old Lenton Community Centre, Montpelier Road, NOTTINGHAM, NG7 2JW
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Nottingham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

This provision is outstandingnStaff ensure children's emotional well-being is highly prioritised.

A strong key-person approach is embedded into practice. This helps staff to fully support all children and meet their care and welfare needs at a consistently high level.nPartnerships with other professionals, schools and parents are excellent.

The manager uses these relationships to help her find out about what children know and can do and their developing interests before they start the playscheme. This information is used to ensure children settle quickly and to enable staff to build on children's skills and complement their learning at school from the start. nStaff skilfu...lly reinforce children's excellent awareness of personal safety throughout the session.

Children tell visitors about 'stranger danger' and how to cross the road safely when they visit the park. Children are developing an incisive understanding of how to assess risks when out and about and of how to keep themselves safe.nStaff are extremely well qualified and passionate about working with children.

They provide a range of excellent and challenging activities that are based on children's interests. Staff enthusiastically play alongside children. They are experts at using everyday opportunities to build on children's existing mathematical skills.

For example, during role play, staff help young children to work out how many nights are in a two-week holiday. nStaff are excellent role models who help children to understand about positive behaviours. Children independently share and take turns and resolve their own conflicts.

They show a clear understanding of the rules and expectations of the setting. For example, during group times, they help new members of the playscheme learn the behaviour expectations. Children confidently call out the rules, for example to 'respect one another and to use our manners'.

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