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*** Last Day of Half Term: Wednesday 18th October *** First Day Back for All Children: Monday 30th October ***

After School Club

The After School Homework Club operates within the mission statement, values and guidelines of the school. However, it differs from lessons and in that its’ emphasis is on providing good quality play care for your child after a busy day at school. 

 

About the Club 

The After School Homework club offers an affordable childcare solution for parents/carers of children attending Sudbury Primary School. 

 

The club caters for children from Reception to Year six and therefore complies with the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation stage.

 

It is located in the new common room, access from Perrin Road and it runs Mondays to Fridays during term time.

 

What Happens Between 3pm & 6pm?

The club offers a variety of activities, allowing for children to play, learn and develop. There is a range of equipment and toys that meet their varying needs, giving children opportunities to read, draw, make and play.

 

Children are able to work on their school homework tasks with adult support and may be set a creative project to complete as their After School Club homework.

 

What Food & Drink is Available?

A healthy meal prepared in the school kitchen is provided, as well a range of snacks. Drinking water is available at all times. Any special dietary requirements must be indicated upon registration.

 

Health & Safety

The After School Homework club complies with the school’s Health & Safety policy.


There are at least two members of staff on duty at all times to ensure we are able to meet your child’s needs. We work within a ratio of 1:8 for children under 8 years old.


The door to the After School Homework club operates on a controlled entry system activated by school staff.

 

Promoting Positive Behaviour

Our mission statement, values and school rules are on display and all children are expected to comply with these. Positive behaviour is rewarded and celebrated. However any child displaying challenging behaviour and who may pose a risk to their own/other’s safety, may be refused a place at the After School Homework club.

 

Equal Opportunities

The After School Homework club complies with the school’s policy on Equal opportunities.

 

Children with Special Needs are welcome in our club and staff will work closely with parents/carers to ensure their needs are met.

 

Child Protection

The After School Homework club complies with the school’s Child Protection policy.


We will not allow your child to leave the club with anyone without your prior written consent.


Children will not be handed over to parents/carers who appear under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


Applying for a Place

If you would like your child to attend the club, a registration form (obtainable form the school office) must be completed in full, prior to a place being offered.


There is a waiting list for the After School Homework club and we may not able to offer a place for your child straight away. Spaces will be allocated based on compliance with the staff to pupil ratios. As soon as we are able to offer a place, you will be informed by the school.


Should you no longer require your child’s place in the After School Homework club, please give the school at least one month’s written notice of cancellation, otherwise you may continue to receive invoices, even though your child may no longer attend the club.

 

Fees

The cost of a full time place for your child is £120 per calendarmonth or alternatively per session at a cost of £8.00 per session.


The full time fees are calculated annually and divided into 11 equal monthly payments from September to July.


Fees are payable upon receipt of your invoice from the finance office. (At the end of each month/mid-month in July).

 

Payment is through ParentPay.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use tax credits to help pay for the After School Homework club?
Yes – eligible parents are able to apply to HMRC for Child tax Credit, which can be used to pay for childcare.


Is the club Ofsted registered?
As the club is run by the school, it does not need a separate Ofsted registration.


If you have any further questions, please contact the main school office


We look forward to welcoming you and your child to our After School Homework Club.

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*** Last Day of Half Term: Wednesday 18th October *** First Day Back for All Children: Monday 30th October ***

Sudbury's Mission Statement

Working together in harmony to develop confident, well-educated learners with healthy minds and bodies, who are independent, resilient, motivated and committed to lifelong learning.

Sudbury's Mission Statement

Working together in harmony to develop confident, well-educated learners with healthy minds and bodies, who are independent, resilient, motivated and committed to lifelong learning.

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