Wrap-around Care (Camelot Club)
Before and After School Care.
Pupils take part in a wide range of activities, which enhance their social, moral, spiritual and cultural development. During a breakfast club session, staff guided pupils to reflect calmly on their feelings and the feelings of others.
At Castle Primary School we offer thriving wrap-around care in our Camelot Club. The staff, Mrs Mayes and Miss Gosney are caring, enthusiastic and professional; the environment is friendly and there is a wide range of interesting activities for children aged 3 to 11 years to enjoy.
Camelot Club breakfast sessions run from 7.45 until 8.45 where the children enjoy a wholesome breakfast, access a variety of activities and get themselves ready for the day ahead. Children in our Tiny Turrets Nursery through to year 4 are then escorted to their classes while year 5 and 6 pupils take themselves to their classes for a prompt start.
Camelot Club after school provision runs from 15.15 until 17.30. Children can attend short sessions until 16.15, later sessions from 16.15 until 17.30 or full sessions. They are offered a light snack and drink to keep them going until home time. There is plenty to do during these sessions; crafting and lego are always popular, but gardening, outdoor play, playdough and picnics are seasoned favourites too! Children are encouraged to read with an adult and there is plenty of time to get started on homework, with adult support on hand.
Provide a safe, happy, warm and stimulating environment for all children to play, learn and develop freely.
Help children to develop responsibility for themselves and their actions, and to become competent, confident, independent and cooperative individuals.
Encourage children to have a positive attitude and respect for themselves and other people.
Promote a positive relationship with parents/carers and work in partnership with them to provide high quality play and care for their children.
We are committed to providing:
Activities that are interesting, educational, stimulating, safe and fun.
Activities that promote each child’s all round (social, physical, moral and intellectual) development.
Access to a variety of facilities and equipment under safe and supervised conditions.
A staff team that is experienced, well-trained and properly supported.
Services that meet the conditions of the Children’s Act 2008 and all other relevant childcare legislation.
A happy environment which is inclusive and free from discrimination.
A variety of pricing structures are available for Camelot Club sessions and more details can be found on the booking section of Parentmail , or by contacting the school office by telephone 01935 822342 or via email email@example.com