Afterschool Clubs

School Clubs from September 2020

Due to the Dfe requirements concerning the full reopening of schools from September 2020, it will not be possible for us to run after school clubs as we have done in the past, until guidance requirements are eased significantly.

We will not be running any after school clubs until October 2020 and after this date, clubs will only be available to single year groups, due to the guidance that prohibits the mixing of pupils from more than one year group at a time. This will significantly restrict the available access to clubs for large numbers of children.

We will be planning for the reopening of after school provision during September, so that this can be achieved safely and inline with the latest guidance from the Dfe.

The same requirements will also apply to Breakfast Club and The Hub and we are currently working on plans to safely open these from October 2020. However, numbers will be strictly limited and booking for breakfast club places will have to become mandatory in order to meet safety regulations.

As soon as plans are in place, information will be sent out via the school website and the school spider app.

Dear Parents/Carers,

We offer a wide variety of after school activities at Broadstone Hall Primary School. Our Afterschool Clubs are charged half termly and are booked on a first come first serve basis. There are three full terms in the school year (Spring, Summer & Autumn.) Afterschool Clubs will always start the first week back of the term, and you can re-join again after the half-term break.

Afterschool Clubs will never run during the last week of a term (Spring, Summer & Autumn).

To make payments easier for parents, we will charge per half term via
www.parentpay.com

  • Broadstone Hall clubs are charged at £3.00 per session

  • PSC Ltd clubs are charged at £4.80 per session (Prices now include VAT)

  • Fidler Music clubs are charged at £6.50 per session

We want to ensure that the clubs we offer are of the highest quality, if children sign up for a club, we expect good behaviour and full attendance. If children sign up for a club but do not attend, without reasonable explanation, they will be asked to leave.

If you are eligible for a free place, please see the Office for a Manual Consent Form places will not be given without the completed form.

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