Breakfast and After School Club

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PLEASE NOTE

From September 2020 we will be operating a half termly booking system. If your child is absent, you will still be liable for the cost. All bookings will have to be paid for before the half term starts or we cannot guarantee your place. We will operate a first come, first served basis and a waiting list for those who have not got a space.

Costs:  (since 2017 so may be subject to change)

8.00am until 8.55/start of school day = £3.00 per session (£15 per week ie for a 7 week half term = £105.00)

End of school/3.30pm - 4.30pm = £5.00 per session (£25 per week ie for a 7 week half term = £175)

4.30pm - 6.00pm = £6.00 per session (£30 per week ie for a 7 week half a term = £210)

3.30pm - 6.00pm = £10.00 per session (£50 per week ie for a 7 week half term = £350)

 

Late Charges:

  • Parents who are late collecting their children from the first session will be charged £10.00 per child to cover additional staffing costs up to 6pm at which point they will be charged an additional fee of £5.00 per child for every 10 minutes after 6pm.

  • Parents who are late collecting their children from the second session will be charged an additional fee of £5.00 per child for every 10 minutes after 6pm to cover additional staffing costs.

  • Places will be withdrawn if children are regularly collected late.

  • If children are not collected within 30 minutes of the end of the session they are booked for, and there has been no communication, police and social services will be informed.

Breakfast Club

At Holy Trinity we offer a daily Breakfast Club.  This is run by Non-teaching staff from the school, who are first aid trained, and provides suitable activities to ensure the children have a calm, safe and healthy start to their day. Children can be dropped off from between 8:00am and 8:30am.  The club will finish at 8:50am and children will go straight to their classes. Breakfast will be served between 8:15am and 8:30am.  The food provided will include a variety of cereal, fruit juice, milk and water.  Further details can be obtained from the school office.

 

After School Club

At Holy Trinity School we offer a fantastic After School Club which runs from 3:30pm until 6:00pm daily.  This is run by members of our Staff, all of whom are first aid trained and are extremely well qualified to look after your child. The Club has been awarded a Quality in Play Assurance certificate.  The children are able to access a variety of activities in a safe and secure environment.  

 

Both the Breakfast and After School Clubs are situated in the Club Room building, which has its own kitchen where we prepare the children’s snacks.  We also have use of the playgrounds and outside area.

 

Year 3 Parent

"My son really enjoys After  School Club. He particularly enjoys the organised outside activities and playing with his friends."

Year 5 child

"All the after school club members are very kind to us. They have fun toys."

Y1 & Y3 Parent

"My sons love the environment. They like playing outside and inside with the toys/activities."

Year 4 Child

"I enjoy playing outside especially dodge-ball and football . I also like the drawing and Jenga."

Rec & Y4 Parent

"Both children are really happy at ASC. The staff have been really helpful ensuring that their needs are met. Thank you."

Our Aims

Our Clubs aim to:

  • Provide a happy, safe, warm and stimulating environment for all children to play, learn and develop freely.

  • Help children to develop responsibility for themselves and their actions and to become competent, confident, independent and co-operative individuals.

  • Encourage children to have a positive attitude and respect for both themselves and other people.

  • Promote a positive relationship with parents/carers and work in partnership with them to provide high quality play and care for their children.

  • Offer an inclusive service that is accessible to all children in the school community.

  • Undergo regular monitoring and evaluation of our services to ensure that the Club continues to meet the needs of children and parents/carers. Listening and responding to their views and concerns.

  • Keeping them informed of our policies and procedures, including opening times, fees and charges, and programmes of activities.

  • Sharing and discussing their child’s achievements, experiences, progress and friendships, along with any difficulties that may arise.

 

Our Clubs are committed to providing:

  • Care and activities that put the needs and safety of children first.A programme of activities that is always interesting and fun and sometimes educational and simulating too.

  • Activities that promote each child’s social, physical, emotional and intellectual development. Access to a variety of facilities and equipment under safe and supervised conditions.

  • A staff team that is experienced, well trained and properly supported.

  • Services that meet the conditions of the Children’s Act 1989 and all other relevant childcare legislation, wherever they apply.

  • An environment where no child is bullied or suffers discrimination in any form.

 

Our Clubs are committed to meeting the needs of parents and carers by:

  • Listening and responding to their views and concerns.

  • Keeping them informed of our policies and procedures, including opening times, fees and charges, and programmes of activities.

  • Sharing and discussing their child’s achievements, experiences, progress and friendships, along with any difficulties that may arise.

Tel:  020 8883 1824   Email: office@holytrinity.barnetmail.net 

Point of contact: Sara Sheppard - Office Manager

SENCo - Annabel Wharton

Acting Chair of Governors - Emma Tsangrides 

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