Out of Hours

Rudston Out of Hours Club take place in our Children’s Centre which is situated within the school grounds but is separate from the main school building. Children have the opportunity to take part in adult led activities and clubs as well as being able to take part in free choice play in a safe and secure setting.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club is charged at £4 per session.

Food Provision

The staff ensure that a weekly menu is displayed on the notice board as well as a large display of the food served each day.

Breakfast is served from 8.00am and all children will have finished eating by 8.40. Children are entitled to a choice of breakfast cereal, unlimited slices of toast with  or with jam, a portion of fruit and a yoghurt.

Activities Provision

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Free choice adult supervised sessions are provided daily and are resourced appropriately by the Breakfast Club play worker. These sessions take place in the centre and include arts & crafts, construction, role play and board games. Adult led craft activities take place each week.

 

At 8.35 all children have a focused story time session on the carpet.

Arrival and Collection

Children are registered upon arrival and EYFS and KS1 children are handed to their classteacher at the start of the school day. KS2 (Junior children) are escorted to the main playground by a playworker where they are supervised until doors open at 8.50am.

First Aid

A trained first aider is present at all times. Any accidents or injuries which are treated by a first aider will be recorded and an incident slip completed and sent home with the child.

If a child has an on-going medical condition which requires medication (e.g. asthma inhaler) this should be provided and labelled with the child’s name to stay in the Out of Hours Club  setting.

After School Club

After School is charged at £8.50 per session

Places

Regular (weekly) places can be registered for Rudston Out of Hours Club through the Children Centre reception or via contacting the club on their mobile number. Drop in sessions will be allowed in exceptional circumstances where numbers permit. All places need to be booked and paid for a week in advanced (see charging policy for more details).

Activities Provision

At least one playworker led workshop is provided each day which take place in either the main room, family room or outdoors accordingly.
Free choice adult supervised sessions are provided daily and are resourced appropriately. This includes the option of indoor and outdoor play. Indoor sessions take place in the main room and include arts & crafts, construction, role play and board games.

Outdoor sessions take place in the school playground and sports field and include  football, rounders, dressing up role play, use of large and small playground equipment and the facilitation of playground games.

Children can alternatively to choose to watch a DVD (selected by the supervisor) in the main room.

 

Arrival & Collection

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 children are collected from their classrooms at 3.15pm and escorted to the Club by a member of Out of Hours team. Key Stage 2 have a meeting point where they are met and escorted to the club.

Children are registered upon arrival and must be signed out by the person collecting them. There is a separate late collection policy for children not collected by 6.00pm.

First Aid

A trained first aider is present at all times. Any accidents or injuries which are treated by a first aider will be recorded and an incident slip completed and sent home with the child.

If a child has an on-going medical condition which requires medication (e.g. asthma inhaler) this should be provided and labelled with the child’s name to stay in the EDC setting.

There is an indoor and outdoor first aid box and specific children’s medication will be situated in the setting that they have chosen to be in for the session.

Childcare Vouchers

Childcare Vouchers are a Government scheme designed to help parents with their children childcare.

Childcare vouchers provide an easy way for working parents to save on the cost of childcare. Suitable for children up to age 15, childcare vouchers can be used for a wide range of care, from nurseries and childminders through to holiday camps and breakfast and after-school clubs.

You can receive childcare vouchers of up to £55 a week (or £243 a month) from your employer, depending on your earnings.

Simply by signing up for childcare vouchers, parents can enjoy automatic savings in tax and National Insurance. The savings are often worth hundreds of pounds a year and both parents can take part to benefit even more. Most parents choose electronic vouchers, which can be transferred straight into a carer’s bank account for quick and convenient payment.

If you think you are eligible and would like to use childcare vouchers to pay for your child’s activities in our Out of Hours Club please contact the school office and ask to speak to Mrs S Killey.

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