for the parents
We offer a wide range of educational, fun and engaging activities to cater for all children. We work seamlessly with the schools to make sure our service best suits the children and parents of the school community.
Our Wrap Around Care is Ofsted accredited. Not only does this mean that our high standards fall in line with the standards set out by the Government, but it means you can also use your child care vouchers to pay. Children can expect fun, engaging and varied sessions of activity (both physical and classroom based). And when tummy's start to rumble, there is a variety of healthy snacks that will keep everyone going until home time.
Our after school clubs vary from term to term. We try to put on a program of events that will engage and inspire all children at the school. Our trained teachers/coaches create sessions specifically for after school clubs, focusing on fun and the development of the school PE lessons. This is a chance to compete against each other using new rules and exciting activities - all in a safe space where effort and persistence is celebrated.
What's not to love about our holiday clubs? The children arrive to a buzz of activity and friendly faces. Each venue has a constant teacher/coach so that children for safe and comfortable. There are themed activities throughout the day with plenty of opportunity to make new friends and catch up with old ones too! All of our venues are registered with Ofsted - meaning parents can pay with child care vouchers too!
Our breakfast clubs provide a healthy and active start to the day. Traditionally, children will come an hour before the school bell goes and have breakfast with us - toast, cereals, spreads, fruit and juices. And then it's on to some structured activity - either a wake and shake style session or something to stimulate the brain (puzzles, board games and socialising with friends).
Everything we do focuses on the child's development. Our lessons are created so that each individual can take the most from each session. In a traditional setting, our coach/teacher will be working with up to 30 children - so it's important that we can differentiate the lesson so that every child is fully engaged and learning.