School Street, Radcliffe, Greater Manchester, M26 3BW

0161 724 2266

Millwood Primary Special School, Bury



Our ethos at Millwood After School Club is to provide safe, enjoyable, stimulating, high quality social and play opportunities.    

After School Club

Olivia and a team of qualified staff run After School Club. All staff hold an enhanced DBS certificate and Olivia has attended additional safeguarding training. Olivia, Louise and Sarah hold a paediatric First Aid Certificate but all staff are trained in rescue medication, asthma care, epi-pen training and basic first aid. We are situated within the school premises and have use of all the school facilities. A healthy snack is made by the children and offered in all sessions and If your child has any special dietary requirements these can be catered for. 

We provide sessions during term time every Tuesday and Thursday from 3.00pm to 5.00pm. A fee of £10 per session is payable half termly. Parents/Carers are responsible for collecting their children from After School Club on time.


Air Trak

Samba drumming

Keep fit



Arts and crafts


Hair and nails

Rebound therapy

Sports coaches on a Thursday

Sensory integration

Outdoor activities e.g. sand and water play, parachute, bikes/scooters, football and bubbles

Soft play/light rooms within school

Sometimes just a relax in the rooms after a hard days work!



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




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"