AND AFTER SCHOOL CLUB
Crich Carr Church of England Primary School Breakfast and After School Club offers a variety of stimulating play led by the Club Supervisor and her assistant. Both are highly qualified and enthusiastic about their work.
Our aim is to provide a 'home from home' setting in our cosy school house surrounded by enthusiastic staff to create a happy atmosphere. We aim to provide an environment that is different to that of the classroom. We play, we encourage each other to take turns, play happily alongside each other and most importantly, have fun!! In this homely setting we seek to ensure children feel happy and secure, provided with motivational activities which stimulate their minds, improve their knowledge and develop their skills.
Our Club team regularly plan and deliver a large range of activities, ensuring the children are offered lots of chances to engage in varied arts and craft sessions, imaginative fun and cookery sessions. Children are always welcome to submit fresh ideas for activity themes or request a new healthy snack to try out.
We aim to provide a tea for the children that is "child friendly"and the menu each half term changes. The menu is provided to parents/carers currently by means of a letter. Parents are free to send children with a pack up if they prefer. After February half term, there will be a link to the menu on the website so you can plan ahead.
Coming soon....! Next term, we will be creating a news letter to let you know what we have been up to in club! This will be accessed on the website so that you can see pictures of the children's amazing achievements.
We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework, allowing us to support learning and promote the development of our Nursery and Reception children.
The Club team are:-
Amanda Best (Supervisor)
Elle-May Smith (Assistant)
Club is run through our school and not an outside provider. Therefore, being an extension of school, all relevant school policies apply to the Club setting.
Club is open Monday to Friday throughout term time. Club is very flexible, allowing children to join us for as little or as often as required.
If you wish to join Club or even pop in for a taster session, please come and have a chat with us.
Breakfast Club opens at 7:45am and children are taken over to registration at 8:40am
After School Club runs from 3:15pm until 6pm
Our Breakfast and After School Club is a home from home....
"What's for snack please?"
Fruit, raisins and bread sticks are always available at no extra cost.
"What's for tea please"?
(Term 4 - 28th February 2022 to Friday 8th April 2022)
Monday - Hot dogs
Tuesday - Beans on Toast
Wednesday - Chicken burgers with Salad
Thursday - Sausage, chips and beans
Friday - Warm baguette with a choice of filling (Ham, Cheese or Tuna and Sweetcorn
Results of our Feedback Survey
Every year, we undertake a survey of all families who use Club to both highlight any potential issues and to help us identify how we can further improve what Club offers. The results of these surveys will be made available via this website.
In the last survey, 100% of parents who responded rated Club as excellent/good and would recommend it to others. All respondents rated Club’s safety procedures as either outstanding or good. Here are some of the comments we received from parents:
“This year I have noticed a huge improvement to the Club. The activities are fantastic – even in the cold winters they are out an about. The staff play with the children. It is absolutely fantastic. Without it, we wouldn’t be able to send the children to Crich Carr.”
Fantastic provision; our child feels happy, safe and valued – the excellent provision definitely helps to ease the guilt associate with being a working parent.”
“You’re doing a great job – can’t think of anything we would want you to change.”
“It’s a fantastic support network for a parent who doesn’t always get the chance to take their child to/from school during normal school hours. It’s great.”
“The provision is very good, especially when we have experienced other after-school provision (which our child disliked). As parents, we would like more of the same. The ‘family atmosphere’ is amazing and just what our child needs as she had a phase of lacking confidence.”