Early Birds and Tea Birds!
Booking forms and instructions are below.
All enquiries should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following parent feedback, we are changing the way our Out Of Hours Early Birds and Tea Birds clubs are booked and paid for.
From 4th November 2019, all bookings, payments and amendments will need to be made via Parentmail and that is now accessible. With the Parentmail system you will be able to book your sessions in advance with a minimum of 7 days’ notice and pay for your sessions at time of booking all in one place. You will also see your current balance on your account.
The booking forms are available under the account menu option.
To book – select the club you would like to book and select the days you would like to book. Once you have selected all the dates you want you can then go to the checkout. You will be asked to pay for all selected sessions at this point. If you choose the Pay Later option, your sessions stay in your checkout and will not be confirmed as a booking until you pay for the sessions. If you pay by Childcare vouchers or through a Tax Free Childcare account you will need to transfer the funds 3 days in advance of making any bookings. This will allow time for the funds to be transferred into your Parentmail account.
Please be aware, spaces are limited in the same way that they are currently and once capacity is reached the session will not be available.
A Registration document and Terms and Conditions form will need to be completed for any booking for Out of Hours clubs. If you have already completed these forms for the autumn term bookings you do not need to re submit new forms. However, please be advised if we are not in receipt of these forms, your child will not be allowed to attend their first session. If you are unsure whether you have completed these forms please submit new forms.
If you would like any assistance with Parentmail please call or pop into the School office where we can help you.
Early Birds' Club
We welcome children into the Junior School hall for breakfast club from 8:00am until 8:40am. A choice of fruit, yoghurt, cereals, toast, orange juice and milk is offered. Games are available for the children to play after breakfast until it is time to start school. There are currently spaces available in Breakfast Club so please contact Mrs Lyn Williams for more information.
Tea Birds' Club
We are pleased to say that after school every day we run our own After School Club. The club runs from 3:05pm – 6:00pm every day and is led by Mrs Williams. The children have a very relaxed time with a mix of outdoor and indoor activities such as table tennis, table football, board games and art and crafts. The children are also given a snack during the club.
The cost per session varies depending on the time you are able to collect your child by. If you can collect by 4:30pm the cost is £5 per child and if you child attends after 4:30pm the cost is £10 per session.
Unfortunately there are limited spaces in After-School club currently but to find out more information or to be put on the waiting list, please contact Mrs Lyn Williams.
If you would like to apply for a place in either Breakfast or After School Club please complete the forms below and hand in to the school office at the Infant or Junior School.
Contact details: 07498162991 or email: email@example.com
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