Our Holiday Clubs are open from 8am to 6pm. We are Ofsted registered are care for children from 4-12 years of age. (Year Reception to Year 6.)
Breakfast and afternoon snacks are included in our Holiday Club fees structure. We can also provide lunch for a small cost of £3.50 per child.
Breakfast includes toast, crumpets, croissants, a selection of toppings (such as jam or marmite), as well as a selection of cereals. A jug of fresh cold water is available throughout the session. Breakfast is available from 8am to 9am.
Afternoon snacks include on rotation wraps, baguette, pitta bread, with a wide of toppings (such as jam, marmite or cream cheese), along with salad and fruit. Snack is available from 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
If your child has any dietary requirements, please let us know by including details upon registering with us.
Much of a child’s time at school is spent sat behind a desk so spending the day running around, or playing games and sport gives your child a great chance to move.
Children will grow in confidence and develop their self-esteem as they tackle new activities or skills they hadn’t before had the opportunity to develop.
Sometimes giving children the freedom to make decisions and plan their own time is a fantastic way for them to gain independence. At our Holiday Clubs, your child can choose whether they want to join in with an activity or if they want to play their own games.
We are a Holiday Club based within the local community and where we welcome children from local primary schools. Engaging with children from different schools, different areas and ultimately different backgrounds, is a great way to build social skills and to make new friends. We plan activities and games at our Holiday Clubs to reinforce the importance of being able to work as part of a team and celebrating diversity.
Children at our Holiday Clubs are given the opportunity to take part in activities they have not tried out before. Learning archery, painting or badminton may help your child to discover talents and interests they didn’t know they had.