Kids n' Clubs

Breakfast and After School Childcare

Kids n’ Clubs offer child care services at Little Heath Primary School before and after the school day, we are fully insured, Ofsted registered with fully qualified staff, below is a quick preview of what we have to offer all children at Little Heath School from Nursery to year 6

Breakfast Club

Breakfast club runs from 7.40 am to 8.40am, giving the children a good healthy breakfast of cereals, toast, croissants, pancakes (a firm favourite) yoghurt, fruit juice and milk. Members of staff are on hand to make sure you can go to work relaxed with no worries regarding childcare, and knowing your children will have had a good start to the school day. All KS1 and nursery children are escorted to their classrooms, whilst KS2 children make their own way to class. Breakfast is £3.80 and siblings £2.80, per day.

Afterschool Club

The after school club runs from 3pm to 6pm, staff collect KS1 and nursery children from their appropriate classrooms, and take them to the hall, KS2 children make their own way to the hall, where a light tea of sandwiches, fruit, yoghurt and drinks will be provided, organized activities, arts and crafts, bingo, snooker, construction, board games, competitions and free play will be available, parents can relax in the knowledge that their children are safe and cared for in surroundings they know.

Manager and Play Leader are qualified up to N.V.Q level 3, with first aid etc, and they acknowledge the individual needs of each child that attends.

After school is £10.50 and siblings is £7.50 per day.

Aims

Kids n’ Clubs aim to provide a safe, warm, caring and happy environment and will treat all children and their families with fairness and respect.

Contact

 07764763925 & 07887836456
 kidsnclubs@yahoo.co.uk
Ofsted registration no EY4261

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Staff place a strong emphasis on learning through play, having fun and building positive relationships. Children are assigned a ‘special person’ when they first start. Staff foster children’s language and communication skills well. Young children are confident to share their views and talk about the activities they enjoy. Staff spend time with the youngest children, playing with them and building their confidence.

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