After almost a 5 year wait for our Ofsted Inspection, Easter was finally the time.

The team were observed looking after the children and some of the findings included:

Children benefit from a wide range of interesting and challenging activities.

Children excitedly participate and learn new skills, which boosts their self-esteem and supports their emotional well-being. Managers support staff well in their professional development. For example, through regular training, supervision and meetings.

Staff effectively support younger children as well as older ones. For example, younger children have access to books and a quiet area, which supports them in participating in quieter activities.

Staff are good role models for the children in their care. They are polite, caring and work well together. Parents say they are happy with the club and the activities they provide. They are informed about which activities have been provided for their children during the day and say they feel their children are kept safe and are cared for well.

Bookings for the May / June half term open on Monday 30th April.