After School Childcare
After School Childcare
FACES After School Club makes a difference to children’s lives.
FACES after school childcare club aims to provide high quality, out of school hours’ childcare services; ensuring physical, emotional and individual needs of all children are met within a safe environment with an emphasis on respect and equal opportunity for all.
FACES Aims and Values
· To provide a safe, caring environment where children can develop a responsible attitude and an enthusiasm for life and learning.
· To provide a broad range of experiences within a stimulating setting through which children can as develop skills as confident and independent individuals.
To nurture, encourage and provide each child with the support necessary for them to succeed.
The Golden Rule for everyone at FACES is…
We are kind and respectful, treating others the way we would like to be treated. We will be confident, positive and determined to be the best we can be.
What happens at FACES?
A range of activities, both inside and out are available; including football, dodge-ball, interactive computer games, arts and crafts plus many more. All attending are encouraged, whilst being fully supported, to engage with the activities. FACES also provides an area for attempting homework or quieter moments such as reading should this be desired. Children are also provided with a range of healthy snacks with water readily available. Sessions are available Monday - Friday, from 3.15pm - 6.00pm for children aged 4 -11 years.
FACES Holiday Club:
Recently, FACES have responded to feedback from a Parent Questionnaire regarding additional childcare provisions during school holiday periods. With a positive response to this, FACES is now offering Holiday Clubs during half terms, Easter and the summer holidays. Booking forms can be downloaded below.
For information regarding waiting lists and our registration process please contact us via the email address detailed below.
Ofsted Registration number: 139550
Co-Managers: Dennise Peacock and Debbie Sinnott
Designated Safeguarding Lead: Debbie Sinnott
Parents working for more than 16 hours per week and in receipt of incapacity benefit/ disability living allowance or working tax credits can claim the childcare element of breakfast, activity and after-school clubs up to a maximum of 80% of the cost. To make a claim, phone the tax credit advice line 0845 300 3900 and give them the following information:
- The name of the childcare provider
- The provider's Ofsted number
- The total number of hours and cost of childcare per week.