Welcome to St Joseph’s Childcare Scheme.
The Sunshine Club serves to provide care for children who attend our school outside of the normal school day. The Club aims to follow and respect the aims, objectives and policies set by the School.
|Opening Hours:||AM: 7.40 to 8.45|
|PM: 3.20 to 5.40|
|OUR MISSION STATEMENT||CHILDREN’S MISSION STATEMENT|
|TO PROVIDE A
SAFE, CARING AND
Please call the Sunshine club to inform us if your child will not be attending the club for whatever reason. Do not use the email address to advise us of non-attendance.
|Morning Session, 7.40 to 8.45am||£3.25|
|Afternoon Session (1hr 10min), 3.20 to 4.30pm||£3.50|
|Afternoon Session (2hr 20min), 3.20 to 5.40pm||£7.00|
|Late Charge after 5.40 pm
This should only be used in unforeseen circumstances, not as a regular option.
|£5.00 per 15 mins|
Sessions booked and not used will be charged in full.
Methods of Payment
A bill will be presented at the end of each calendar month for the sessions booked and any additional session used.
- Internet banking
- Most Employer Childcare Voucher Schemes (just ask us)
The Sunshine Club must be informed if a person, other than those nominated on the Registration Form, is collecting your child. This is for Child Protection reasons and would be questioned under Ofsted inspection.
It is our duty at the Sunshine Club to report and refer any Safeguarding issues on to the relevant body.
- Play Co-ordinator – Kate McGrath
- Deputy – Amanda Sweeting
- Play Workers – Lauren Georgiou, Sam Sweeting, Kerry Molloy, Carly Lycett, Charlotte Pearson.
The Sunshine club offers a wide range of activities:
- art and craft
- board games
- construction toys
- Xbox, wii consoles, laptops
- home corner activities
- snooker table, football table
- outdoor Sports
- suggestion box for ideas from the children
The staff take an active part in all activities, encouraging the children to explore and experiment with creative and scientific based sessions.
The Sunshine Club were inspected by Ofsted during the Main School Inspection in June 2011 (see the main site for the full report). The main points from their report can be read here.