Tel: 07788 535674
Please also use our contact form.
We are pleased to be running our holiday club, this allows us to work around parents busy working schedules.
Our holiday club runs from 8am to 6pm and you can choose for your child to attend either a full day or half session depending on your requirements.
During the holiday club we will plan and organise fun outings for your child to attend during their time with us.
The children will have a range of activities and resources available for them to use during their session.
February Half Tem - Open
Easter Holidays - Open (FOR 1 WEEK)
May Half Tem - Closed
Summer Holidays - Open (FOR 3 WEEKS)
October Half Term - Open
We are open for INSET Days.
(Exact dates for opening and closing periods may vary from year to year depending on the demand)
If you would like a place for your child at our centre, please make an appointment and we'll gladly take the time to explain everything you need to know. You can make an appointment by phone or by using our contact form. We look forward to meeting you!
It's unavoidable that children catch all kinds of minor infections. For a speedy recovery and to prevent the other children from falling ill, children who are unwell must stay at home. Only when the fever has subsided for a whole day should you return your child to the Club. If the disease is infectious, we'll need a doctor's note confirming that your child is no longer contagious. Unfortunately charges will still apply for sickness periods.
COVID 19 UPDATE:
What can parents and carers do to help?
There are a number of things parents and carers can do to help us make these arrangements effective, in addition to the points listed above concerning arrival and departure and not bringing toys to the setting.
Once early years and childcare providers open to more children, all children who are attending a childcare setting will have access to a test if they display symptoms of coronavirus, and are encouraged to get tested in this scenario. The aim is to enable children to get back to childcare, and their parents or carers not to need to self-isolate any longer than is necessary, if the test proves to be negative. A positive test will ensure rapid action to protect other children and staff in their setting.
We ask all parents and carers to ensure they organise a test for their child, in the event that they develop coronavirus symptoms, and notify us immediately of a positive test. Further guidance is available about .