In the current period of school closure we are unable to provide Breakfast Club/Wraparound Care.
In conjunction with Premier Education Group, we are delighted to be able to offer extended wrap around care provision for the children across our Federation.
The provision will be based at Fairfield Infant School from 3.15pm until 6pm daily and a walking bus will be made available to children from Colneis to allow them to attend.
To allow greater flexibility for parents regarding childcare arrangements, there will be two options available for booking. These are:
Children attend the wrap around care provision from 3.15 until 6pm. The cost of this will be £12 and include a light meal.
Children attend the wrap around care provision from 3.15pm until 4.45pm. The cost of this will be £6.50 and there will be no light meal included.
To book your child’s place on the after school club please call 01953 499040 or click on the following links:
Select the after school ‘play active’ club, checking the timings of the course are correct to your needs (16:45 £6.50 or 18:00 finish £12), before clicking the days you wish to book, entering your child’s details and making your payment. Please make sure any dietary requirement are places in the medical notes section of the booking process.
There will be a range of activities available for the children to choose to take part in at this after school provision. These will include opportunities such as –
- Arts and Crafts
- Homework and reading support
- Board Games
- Model Making
- Multiskills activities
- Role play areas
Further information regarding the provision is available in our Parents’ Booklet which you can download below.
Please also be aware of the current additional restrictions for accessing after school provision in Tier 4.
In areas at tier 4, parents and carers can continue to access registered childcare as normal, or wraparound childcare and other out-of-school settings for children where this is:
- provision specified in an education, health and care plan
- necessary to allow parents/carers to work, seek work, attend a medical appointment, or undertake education or training
- for the purposes of respite care, such as caring for a vulnerable child or young person
- being used by home educating parents as part of existing arrangements for their child to receive a suitable full-time education
- for the purposes of obtaining a regulated qualification, meeting the entry requirements for an education institution, or exams and assessments
In tier 4 areas, children should not be accessing out-of-school provision except for these purposes.