The Care and Fun Club

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ABOUT OUR PARTNERS – THE CARE AND FUN CLUB

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The Care & Fun Club was established in 2006 as a before and after-school Childcare provider since then we have grown with success.

The facilities now include before and after-school care, a holiday club and a pre-school nursery. The club has its own rooms and also has the use of the school’s computer suite, hall and library. There is a secure outside play area.

Our aims are to provide the highest quality care and education and our nursery ethos is committed to the preparation for school life.

Employing qualified staff, some working toward higher accreditation in childcare, ensure our care and educational practices in Childcare are kept up to date.

FREE Childcare is available to all children the term following their third birthday in line with government guidelines. We also offer the added flexibility of all day care if required.

The Care & Fun Club is non-profit registered charity, charity number 1121966. We work in close partership with the William Amory Primary School and the LEA/Early Years as well as the local community.

Free child care for 3 & 4 year olds.

Children may begin to attend our nursery from the term of their third birthday (approximately 2.8 months). Please contact us for more information.

Telephone number: 01782 399877 Mobile: 07933 104634

How to find us

The Care & Fun Club is situated within the heart of Blythe Bridge in the Victorian Building on the grounds of The William Amory Primary School.

Private Entrance off Uttoxeter Road, directly opposite the Co-Operative Store.

 

COMMENTS FROM OUR OFSTED REPORT’s 2008 & 2011

All areas of care rated good ~ meaning all aspects of the provision are strong! See our full report at www.ofsted.gov.uk (Ofsted Registration Number: EY356027)

Children make GOOD progress in their learning and development as they engage in a range of enjoyable activities which take account of their interests and learning needs

Language skills are advanced

Communication, language, literacy and personal, social and emotional development is well promoted

Children demonstrate that they are acquiring skills that will help and support them in the future

Plentiful opportunities to investigate objects and find out about their surroundings

Creativity is valued as they are free to use their own imagination

The Care & Fun Club staff and committee are happy to assist in helping parents gain all the information required to make an informed decision on childcare.

We welcome questions and comments of all kinds. Please feel free to request to look at our parents comments files, our latest Ofsted inspection report or copies of our Childcare polices, these may include:

~ Admissions Policy

~ Settling in Policy

~ Safeguarding Children Policy

~ Behaviour Policy

~ Health and Hygiene Policy

~ Special Needs Policy

~ Sick Children Procedures and Policy.