After-school club is improving, says report

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CHILDREN are happy and settled at a Fareham after school club that is improving, say government inspectors.

Barn Owls After School Club, which is at Harrison Primary School, was awarded a satisfactory Ofsted grading with good features.

The report, which recognised the club ‘has made progress since the last inspection’ when it was also rated satisfactory, read: ‘Children are happy and settled and feel safe because they know they are in secure surroundings.

‘The interaction with the adults is good and children feel valued as their work is displayed around the setting.

‘Staff are role models and lead by example, promoting the use of good manners, thanking the children for their help and recognising their efforts.’

It added: ‘Staff spend time getting to know the children and their families, enabling them to meet their individual needs.’

The inspection recommended expanding and improving the range of resources and equipment. Barn Owls has 46 children under the age of eight on its roll.