A HOLIDAY club in Oxford has regained its 'good' rating after a short stint labelled 'inadequate'.

Active Camps, which uses Oxford High School in Summertown as its base, has been described by Ofsted as 'warm, welcoming and stimulating' in its latest report.

Ofsted visited the activity club, which runs during school holidays, in December and has now published its findings.

The report states: "Leaders and managers have worked hard to make significant improvements since the last inspection.

"Staff build warm relationships with children to support their emotional wellbeing effectively.

"Children have great fun at the club and are keen and enthusiastic to participate in activities. They laugh and chat animatedly as they play."

The club had 60 children on roll during Ofsted's visit.

It was rated 'inadequate' after its previous inspection in April, when the inspector claimed safety was compromised by certain procedures and policies.

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At the time the club, which had been rated 'good' before that point, refuted Ofsted's judgement and said it felt 'unjustifiably criticised'.