This information is provided by The Beehive After School Club. The school is not responsible for the accuracy of the information in these pages nor can it accept responsibility if the information is out-of date.

What is an after school club?
A club offers a safe place for children, outside school hours, to enable their parents to work, study or just have time to themselves. The children are collected from their classrooms and taken to the club which is held in the Junior School Hall on Mondays and Tuesdays, and in the Infants School Hall on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. When they get to the club they are registered, offered a snack and drink and are free to play or complete homework until their parents arrive.

What does the club offer?

The Beehive After School Club provides a range of activities in a comfortable and safe environment. Arts and crafts, games and sport, story-telling and outdoor play are just some of the activities offered. There is an opportunity for homework and quiet play. Activities vary each day and each week to meet the children's social, physical, intellectual, cognitive and emotional needs.

How much does it cost?
There is no registration fee. We charge £10.00 per session for the first child and £9.50 per session for each sibling. Adhoc sessions cost £11.00. Sessions are from 3:15pm to 6:00pm Monday to Friday, term time only.

How do I know the club is up to scratch?

We are inspected annually & regulated by Ofsted as "GOOD". The Certificate of Registration and a copy of our insurance policy are always displayed at the club.
All staff are checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and we ensure that the appropriate ratios of qualified staff are present at all times. In addition, all our staff have extensive training experience in Paediatric First Aid, Safeguarding and Food Hygiene.

Who's who?
The After School Club Workers

Club Director Kerry Leah
Club Manager:
Ben Coulson
Club Deputy Manager:
Jacqueline Henry

Registration and Booking Forms are available from the club and from the School Reception area. They are also sent out via parent mail at the end of each half term.

For enquiries phone the club mobile on 07769 881946.

Date Subject
19th June Letter re missing child policy
21st Mar Parents as Partners
24th Feb Letter Regarding Missing Children
Missing Child Policy
20th Feb Now Open Till 6pm