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Out-of-school clubs: Ofsted registration

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Last updated on 5 May 2017
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Do out-of-school clubs need a separate Ofsted registration? We explain when out-of-school provision does and doesn’t need to be separately registered with Ofsted. This article also looks at how extended services such as after-school and holiday clubs are taken into account during Ofsted inspections.

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  1. 1 School-run clubs
  2. 2 Clubs run by a third party
  3. 3 Clubs run by a committee
  4. 4 Inspection of school-run clubs

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