An Inspirational ApproachAcross our Out-of-School Clubs, our experienced, qualified play workers are committed to offering children stimulating activities and opportunities which engage each individual child. We work closely with schools to support homework and enhance school learning with supporting activities.
Protecting WellbeingWe promote a healthy lifestyle in a safe, secure environment. Each Club has a large outdoor play area, as well as outstanding indoor play spaces. Our award-winning menus offer a variety of nutritional meals. We teach children the skills they need to regulate their own behaviour and to assess risk for themselves.
Exceptional QualityOur multi award-winning, reflective practice is delivered by knowledgeable and experienced staff led by committed Group owners. Continual investment and ongoing development, along with our partnerships with parents, schools and the community, ensure we give each child a strong foundation for future learning.
A Nurturing ExperienceEach child is supported and valued; we respect differences, encouraging and enabling each unique child to make friends and have fun in a welcoming, happy environment.
11th December 2020
Worthington celebrated the festival of Hanukkah this week, the children have made paper plate Menorahs, played a game of Dreidel and made 3D star of David to mark the beginning of the celebration.
We have also been getting into the Christmas spirit by making decorations and will end the week with a fun game of Christmas charades.
7th December 2020
It was all about Christmas last week at Heyes Lane with the children making their reindeer food ready to put out on Christmas Eve.
There were some fabulous tree decorations made for them to take home and hang on their trees. We cant wait to see what they get up to this week…!
4th December 2020
Letters to Father Christmas
Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas this week at the Bollin club. There has been much preparation, making sure those important letters have been written for Father Christmas along with lots of Christmassy crafts which the children enjoyed.
The Cloverlea children made a kindness tree, encouraging the children to be positive towards one another and others, and they spoke about how it is okay to be different – as part of the anti bullying awareness week initiatives.
14th November 2020
This week at Worthington the children have been talking about Diwali, moulding and decorating their own Diyas so they can go home and light a candle to join in with the celebration. They have also created some traditional Rangoli sun catchers and designed some Mehndi henna tattoos.
We would like to wish everybody a very Happy Diwali.
13th November 2020
Children in Need
The children have had a great day dressing up and helping Pudsey find his spots to raise money for a great cause.
There have been many Pudsey inspired crafts across the group, along with some amazing looking edible Pudsey Bears!
We would like to say thank you to everyone who has donated and we can’t wait to see how much we have raised
Thank you to you and your staff for the care and activities you have provided we have been with you since 2009 and both boys always spoke highly [...]
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Lovely staff, always listening to Milan and try to do the best for him. Totally satisfied, Milan loves staying at the club!
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After school club is a great environment for my son to be around older children. He enjoys playing outside and with the various toys that are [...]read more
Lucas absolutely loves coming before and after school club! so much so that he often wants to stay! Thank you
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I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the care and support that your staff have given both of my children over their time at [...]
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