After-school Club

 

 

 

 

It is the aim of Millwood after School Club to provide safe, affordable, stimulating, high quality childcare and play opportunities. 

We provide sessions during term time every Tuesday and Thursday from 3.00pm to 5.00pm.

A healthy snack is offered in all sessions. 

We will provide a friendly, fun and stimulating environment for all children who attend. 

The club is run by Catherine Lomax, Olivia Deluce and a team of qualified and reliable staff. All staff are police checked. 

Catherine and Olivia both hold a current Paediatric First Aid Certificate.

We have trained staff that can deal with additional medical needs eg. Gastrostomy feeding.

 We are situated within the school premises and will have use of the school facilities.

 A parent contract and up to date contact form must be completed before a child can attend the club.

 Just a note to introduce ourselves to everyone new to After School Club.

After School Club Managers: Catherine Lomax and Olivia Deluce

(Higher Level Teaching Assistants)

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Catherine

 

 
Olivia
 

After School Club Assistants:

 
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Dawn
Georgie

 

 

Joanne
Sarah 

 

   
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Just a reminder, there is no transport available and children need to be collected by parents/carers.


A snack and drinks will be provided.

Any communication aids, PECS, Signing and Visual timetables that your child accesses in school will be used throughout the club.

We welcome any suggestions or comments.

We are available on a Tuesday morning at school between 9am - 12pm if you require any further information.

 

 

Please see comments from parents below.

 

  "***** absolutely loves after school club. She is able to do a wide variety of activities in a safe, caring and stimulating environment."

 

 "**** does love the activities you provide and I am more than happy with all the support and love you all show for her"

 

 "After school club has benefited my child and family immensely. It gives my son the opportunity to socialise with children he might not otherwise see regularly, and participate in a variety of activities that are fun but also brilliant in helping him to develop his independence."

 

 "*** gets to mix with different children and staff thus helping to improve social interaction and skills. He seems to enjoy it and loves the staff"