Holy Cross Primary Breakfast/After School Club
We are committed to providing a high quality childcare provision for all our children. Our relationship with parents and children is very important to us and we feel we can work together in partnership with parents then children will have a happy, fun and safe time at the Clubs. If you wish your child to attend our clubs then please complete the Breakfast/After School Club Consent Form available from our School Office.
OFSTED registration number: Registration number: 138812
School Office: 01159534577
Breakfast/After School Club Mobile: 07342876995
Breakfast/After School Club Information
Opening Times: Breakfast Club is open Monday to Friday during term-time only, (excluding Bank Holidays and INSET Days). Breakfast Club will be open from 7.30am until 8.45am (start of school day). After School Club starts at 3.30pm until 6.00pm (5.45pm on Fridays).
Costs for Sessions: Breakfast Club, £3.00 per session – including breakfast. After School Club, £5.00 per session - including snack.
Payment for Sessions: The Breakfast/After School Club Co-ordinator will monitor all payments made and will send out reminders or payment information via text. Payments can be made via cheque/Squid account. Childcare Voucher Schemes are also accepted. Children attending either of our Clubs are required to gather in the school hall. There will be various activities for your child to participate in.
Behaviour: Whilst children are at the club being cared for by our staff, they will be expected to follow the positive behaviour expectations below, which link to the school’s core values of fairness, respect, caring and responsibility. Bullying is not tolerated at all within the club and this will be dealt with in line with current school policy. Please ask staff to see the School’s anti-bullying policy for further information. Children must respect all other children and staff members, including visitors regardless of their age, gender, race, religion and abilities. Everyone at the club will be treated as an individual in order that their needs are met. Children are encouraged to inform a member of staff if they are unhappy about something so that this can be dealt with. Children are also encouraged to give staff ideas for activities or games that they would like to be involved in. This is to ensure that the staff are providing a wide range of fun, challenging and stimulating activities for all the children to enjoy. Parents are advised to inform staff at the club if their child has any special needs, dietary requirements, medical conditions or allergies which may affect a child’s behaviour. There is a section on the registration form for this information. All personal information is dealt with in the strictest confidence by all members of our staff.
Procedure for Dealing with Challenging Behaviour: Staff members are trained to deal with challenging behaviour. To promote positive behaviour within the club, rules and expectations are used. These rules and expectations are very important to ensure all children are aware of what behaviour is acceptable and what is not. The club will never exclude a child without trying to help the child first. There are many ways in which the club promote positive behaviour for all children:
Praising the children for good behaviour.
Talking to children
Implementing rules and expectations.
Recording unwanted behaviour and informing parents.
Time out sessions.
Working in partnership with parents and the school and organisations where appropriate.
Our school does not provide childcare during the school holidays, however, if you require all year round provision, there are a number of local providers, that offer full time holiday care. Please do your own research when choosing any childcare provider to ensure the quality of the provision they offer.