An after-school and holiday scheme in Bradley Stoke has been rated “good” by an Ofsted inspector, who visited the child care provider in November last year.
Kids Klub, based at the Holy Trinity Church and Primary School complex in Broad Croft, has a capacity for 57 children in its after-school scheme and 52 children during school holidays.
There are currently 69 local children on roll from the local area, with additional children from the wider area attending during school holidays.
Although the scheme provides for children in the 4 to 14-years-old range, the inspection related only to the ‘early years’ range (from birth to 31st August following their fifth birthday).
The inspector wrote in his report:
“Children enjoy their time at the scheme, with access to a good variety of activities and equipment. Staff meet the needs of the children in the early years age range effectively and arrangements to support the development of the children in the Early Years Foundation Stage are good.”
The club is advised to improve engagement with parents by providing them with additional information about their children’s daily activities, so they are better able to understand what the scheme offers their children.
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