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Walesby After School Club

Walesby School After School Club welcomes all Walesby C of E Primary School children  from the Foundation Stage through to Year Six.

The After School Club is open from 3.15pm to 5.45pm during term time, Monday - Friday.  Its purpose is to give parents the option of after school care and support for their children.  In doing so, we provide all our children with a range of fun and exciting activities, to suit all ages and abilities. To sustain your child after a working day at school we also offer all children a healthy snack (a light snack and drink are included in the fees) to support their physical well-being.

 

 

On a Tuesday, we offer a '3 for 2' night where you can get together with friends and share the opportunity to have a play date in school. All the fun without the mess!

 

Sing like a superstar on Thursday nights with Mrs Baker. Move over X factor and find the Walesby Wow Factor, with the piano, your voice and other fun instruments.

 

Friday is film night. Come and join us for fun film night where we can watch a movie on the big screen in the hall. Healthy snacks make this a fab night to end a busy school week. Sit back and relax with Film Friday.

 

Rachael, Sam and Sue look forward to seeing you all soon.

 

To book a place, telephone 07756818365. Please remember places are limited.

 

Only £10.50 per session .

 

 

Our Aims

  1. To provide a safe and stimulating, caring and secure atmosphere where your child can fully develop his/her mental, physical and social skills through play activities.
  2. To provide a high quality service for parents.
  3. To provide a varied programme of activities, supporting all ages and abilities.
  4. To enhance children’s self-confidence, raise aspirations, improve relationship and nurture positive attitudes towards learning.
  5. To provide high quality play and learning experiences for our children.
  6. To operate this service in a way that ensures equality of opportunity for all our children and families.
  7. To value each child as an individual.

 

 

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