Summer Club Parent Guide
Shining Stars Summer Club gives children the opportunity to participate in a wide range of sporting and non-sporting activities, as well as playing with other children.
What can you expect from the Club?
- 45 hours of childcare per week, provided by well qualified, caring and experienced staff.
- Excellent staff:child ratios for all activities.
- An exciting, safe and structured multi-activity holiday programme that takes place within the School grounds.
- An invaluable opportunity for your child/children to make friends, try new activities and have lots of fun in a safe and caring environment.
- A hot or cold meal and snacks throughout the day.
The Shining Stars Holiday club will take place in the Nursery Building. This building is accessed via the Furze road entrance. Children must be dropped off between 8.30am and 9.00am (full day) or 1:00pm (half day). Please do not enter the buildings due to Covid restrictions.
All children must be signed out by Parents/Carers from the Nursery building which is accessed via the Furze road entrance. Children must be collected at 1.00pm (half day) or between 5.00pm and 5.30pm (full day).
We cannot accept responsibility for any child who arrives before 8.30am. The provision finishes promptly at 5.30pm. An additional charge of £5.00 will be incurred for each 15 minute period that a child is left in our care.
What do they need to bring?
All children will need to bring the following items each day. All of which should be clearly named.
- Water bottle
- Named Sun Hat and Sun Cream
- Appropriate clothing / Waterproof
- Outdoor trainers
It is our belief that every member of the school community should feel valued and respected, and that each person should be treated fairly and considerately. It is vitally important that this club allows people to feel happy, safe and secure. Behaviour which falls below the required standard will be dealt with as per the school behaviour policy. A member of the Senior Leadership Team will be on call to support if needed.
Please give any medication with full instructions to a member of staff on arrival.
You will also be asked to complete a new Medicine Form.
A first aider will be on duty at all times.
How can I find out more?
For any further information please phone 01603 434128 or visit our website
Please use the number below if your child will not be attending a session. Children should not attend if they have any of the following symptoms:
- A high temperature
- A new, persistent cough
- A loss of taste and smell
If children (or any of their family) do have any of these symptoms, their family need to consult the NHS by calling 111 or 119. A Lateral Flow Test (LFT) is not sufficient. If a child becomes ill during the club, we will contact you immediately. They need to be collected as quickly as possible.
Shining Stars Summer Club contact number