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Deddington Church of England

Primary School

Inspire, Believe, Achieve

High Flyers After School Wrap Around Care

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Welcome Aboard High Flyers! 

 

Ladies and Gentlemen welcome aboard High Flyers out of school care. We provide an excellent quality OFSTED approved provision for the local community, with children being at the heart of everything we do.

This is an exciting place to be, before or after school, where the children will find lots of activities, games and crafts that they can take part in. Throughout our themed terms we do fun things like painting, cooking, dancing and imaginative play. In fact the children tell us what activities they would like to do and we respond to their requests. Most of the time children enjoy ‘free play’, this is where they can play freely and embrace their own imagination. That is how a children’s play setting should be.

 It runs straight after school until 6.00p.m., refreshments and a healthy light tea are provided for all our little crew members. The club is open to everyone in the community, so feel free to come and have a look around or book a taster session. We also have a Face Book page, so you can see what we get up to on a daily flight.

 

Holiday Clubs

We also run holiday clubs for one or 2 days during each school holiday. These are extremely popular, so we suggest you book in advance.  Anyone can come and join in the holiday club fun even if you’re not a frequent ‘High Flyer’.

Registration forms are available from the contact below or from School Reception.

 

Please contact Alison Ighani   highflyersclub@hotmail.co.uk or Tel; 07766 290242

During session time 3pm-6pm / emergencies call:  07502293025

For our full prospectus  go to our website http://www.highflyers.org.uk

After school Club Schedule

 

3.10  The children are collected from class by a walking ‘Plane’ to club

 

3.15 – 3.30  Snack Time – of fruit/biscuit/cake. Drinks and water are available throughout the session. Sometimes we will have circle time, for new children, ‘family meetings’, talk about topical events or just to tell jokes. Whilst taking register.

 

3.30 – 4.25  Free play, preferably outside and also in the activity room. We have different Daily activities available for the children to do if they wish to.

 

4.25  Jobs– Tidy up time, washing hands and laying the table for tea.

 

4.30 – 5.00  Tea Time ( light tea of pasta, jacket potatoes or sandwiches) some children like to help prepare the tea. Children can pour their own drinks and help clear away with adult supervision. We all sit down together and table manners are encouraged.

 

5.00 – 5.45  Free play, preferably outside, but we do also have use of the hall and sometimes different class rooms. We are lucky we have the use of lots of different spaces.

 

5.45 – 6.00  Tidy up Time and prepare for disembarking the High Flyers flight, we do this together and whilst waiting for parents or carers we will read a story, have a chat or watch some telly.

 

6.00  Home time. Parents must always sign their child out please.

 

 

Booking Procedure

 

Welcoming all new recruits aboard High Flyers, we just need your completed registration form and a booking form. Once registered, you can also use us on an ad hoc/emergency basis too. You can make a booking via text, email or calling, just make sure you inform your child’s teacher and complete a booking form on collection.

 

 

All bookings should be placed in advance with full payment.

HALF SESSION ( Until 4.30pm):    £6.75 - Per Child

FULL SESSION:   £12.75 - Per Child

FULL WEEK:        £55.00 - Per Child

 

 

Payment can be made by cash, cheque, on-line banking or we also accept childcare vouchers (Please ask for details)

Bookings are made one term in advance.

Completed forms can be emailed to the contact below.

 

Please contact Alison Ighani   highflyersclub@hotmail.co.uk or Tel; 07766 290242

 

 

This is an exciting place to be after school, where the children will find lots of activities, games and crafts making to can take part in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Throughout our themed terms we do fun things like painting, cooking, dancing and imaginative play. In fact the children tell us what activities they would like to do and we respond to their requests.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most of the time children enjoy ‘free play’, this is where they can play freely and embrace their own imagination. That is how a children’s play setting should be.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find out more about High Flyers from their website: http://www.highflyers.org.uk/

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