|Name||Acomb Out Of School Club 2 trading as The Playden|
|Ofsted Inspection Rating||Good|
|Address||Our Lady Queen of Martyrs RC Primary School, Hamilton Drive, YORK, YO24 4JW|
|Type||Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Out-of day care|
|Catchment Area Indicator Available||No|
|Last Distance Offered Available||No|
Highlights from Latest Full Inspection (27 January 2017)
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Summary of key findings for parents
This provision is good The manager is committed to providing high-quality care and learning for all children. He works with his well-qualified team of staff to ensure that children are well supported during their time in the setting. All staff are keen to continually improve what the setting offers to children and their families. The views of parents and children are actively sought as part of this process. Children are involved in planning and feel ownership of the setting as a resultChildren are well supported when they start at the setting. Staff gather information about children and take time to learn about their likes and dislikes. This helps them to plan a developmentally appropriate environment to meet all children’s needs. Staff are good role models who have high expectations of all children and teach them to be considerate and kind. Children of all ages play cooperatively and this helps to create a family feel in the setting. Behaviour is very good. Partnerships are very good. Staff use the same electronic system that school staff use for recording children’s progress. This helps staff to complement children’s learning and keep parents informed, as they can access this. Staff work with the local authority and other professionals to ensure children’s needs are effectively met. It is not yet outstanding because: Self-evaluation is not yet focusing closely enough on the assessing the impact of changes to practice to help strengthen development planning further. Although large-group activities involve all children well, they do not always enable staff to offer individual support where it is needed.