The club has a calm and inviting atmosphere.
Children laugh, play and invite staff into their games as they genuinely have fun together"
Our Afterschool club sessions are held at Valley Young Peoples Centre
and start at 3pm until 6pm Monday - Friday.
We welcome children from surrounding schools as well as -
St Johns Academy
St Augustines School
Prospect Infants & Juniors
Sir Edmund Hillary
Outwood Academy Valley
We provide a walking bus or pick up using the company vehicles where required.
We prepare a healthy snack after school which varies from Fruit salads, Vegetable sticks & Dips, Bagels, Pizza Fingers, Toasted Sandwiches and more.
All our snacks are freshly prepared on a daily basis.
The children enjoy a range of activities at Fun Club some of these include Messy play, Creative Activities, Baking, Experiments, Dancing, Outdoor games, Nintendo Wii, Xbox one, Table tennis, Fuse ball, Snooker and the children have access to laptops.
Each After school session is -
Half Session (3 pm - 4.30 pm) - £7.00
Full Session (3 pm - 6 pm) - £9.50
“Children show that they feel secure in the club and are developing strong and positive relationships with staff.”
We provide activities suitable for all ages and abilities they range from baking, sports day, jewellery making, potters wheel, gardening at local allotments and have fantastic trips out such as sherwood pines, magna, cinema, library, bowling, seaside trips and much more!
Full day session - £29.50
Any 5 hr session of your choice - £20.50
We also offer a 10% discount for additional children in the holiday club for our Full day session.
Our Holiday Club is run from Churchill Hall at Worksop College and opens during the school holidays Mon - Fri from 7.30 am - 6 pm and some inset days when requested.
We cater for children 3 yrs - 11 yrs from all local schools.
At our Holiday Club we provide breakfast, a mid-morning and afternoon snack which are nutritional and tasty, we just ask you provide your child with a packed lunch.
Ofsted 2016-"Children mix well across the age ranges.
Children are happy and settled and their emotional well being is well supported"