Our Out of School Clubs provides out-of-school care for children who attend Gaddesby Primary School. The facility is based within Gaddesby School and is registered with Ofsted, the government education watchdog which carries out regular inspections.
Breakfast Club offers an early start to the day with children arriving from 8.00am or, by arrangement, for an 'early bird' session starting at 7.45. Before the start of the school day at 8.50 children attending breakfast club have the option of breakfast which comprises of healthy choices adhering to GSC healthy eating regime..
After-School Club starts at the end of the usual school day at 3.10pm and carries on until 6.00pm. Half-sessions are available from 3:10pm until 4.30pm. Children attending club until 17.00/18.00 receive a two course snack. ( this is by no means designed to be a substitute for your child's main meal- merely a stop gap) .
Staff Staff are highly skilled and motivated and are passionate and committed to the service they provide. Recruitment procedures are robust with the supervision of staff being very effective to identify any training needs. This further improves experiences for children within the club. Children’s views, thoughts and feelings guide and inform practice. Staff encourage children’s independence and encourage them to share their comments. As a result, children are fully involved in effecting change and in the planning of the club.
Arts and crafts
Competitions (e.g. pool, dance-mat)
Play station (limited times)
Outdoor activities and games
Water-play (weather permitting)
Children attending our Afterschool Club are offered refreshments on arrival, those children who are booked into club until 5/6 pm will also receive a two-course snack in line with our healthy eating regime . The snack is designed to be a stop-gap until your child s main meal at home.. GSC staff have all received Food Hygiene training, we are pleased that annual unannounced inspections from Melton Councils Food Standards Inspector have resulted in achieving the highest award.
Safeguarding of children is exceptionally secure throughout the setting. All practitioners have an extremely high level of knowledge and understanding of child protection issues. Risks are minimised, and children learn to keep themselves safe
Children form exceptional relationships with staff who care for them each day. This means children’s individual needs are always met extremely well and children form strong attachments with staff. The inspirational manager and dedicated practitioners are committed to providing high quality care and learning for children. The rigorous monitoring of all aspects of the setting enables them to clearly target and strengthen practice.
GADDESBY SCHOOL COMMUNITY OUT-OF-SCHOOL CLUB INSPECTION DATE -6 DECEMBER 2015 RATED ---OUTSTANDING