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Tree House Breakfast Club & After-School Club

When Ordsall Primary School opens in September 2020 there is going to be a slight change to our wraparound care provision, as a result of the government's guidance and our risk assessments. The need to create bubbles of consistent pupils, clean areas thoroughly and minimise the spread and number of contacts that a pupil has, means that we will not run breakfast club or after school club provision as we have run it in the past. As the school begins the Autumn Term we will however be offering a drop off provision in the morning, starting at 8:00 a.m.for families who really need it. This drop off provision will not provide any food or activities for the children and the cost is £2.50 per day per child to cover staffing costs and enhanced cleaning for the period that this provision runs. 

 

 

The after school provision will be limited to the children of registered Critical Workers and will last only from the end of school time until 5:00 p.m. to give time for thorough and enhanced cleaning. The cost of this provision is £5.00 per child. Many parents and carers are already registered as key Workers however if you wish to register for the new term then please email the school. 

 

Both these provisions will require parents to book through the Gateway and parents and carers must make full payment before the booking is confirmed. We will not be able to take bookings in any other way, including late bookings, and no booking will be confirmed without full payment being made for all sessions booked. Any payments made which are not then used, due to absence, will be credited to parent/carer accounts. 

 

In order to activate your School Gateway account you will need an email address and mobile number. Click here to access the Gateway website. Select ‘New User’. Enter your email address and mobile phone number. This will send you a text message with a PIN number. This is your PIN to log into the School Gateway. You can download the app if you have a smart phone for quick and easy access to the School Gateway website in order to keep up to date with your bookings and payments. We would also suggest that you put our unique Schoolcomms SMS number into your mobile (+441777322016) as this is the number you will see when you receive your Schoolcomms text messages from us. 

 

When it is possible for us to move back towards the provisions as they were we will follow the information about the Breakfast and After school Club below. 

 

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Ordsall Primary School’s Tree House Clubs offer families’ full wraparound childcare for children aged 3-11 years. Situated on the school site and delivered in the secure and attractive learning environment of the Tree House we can offer parents/carers an opportunity to extend their child’s school day in order to meet the needs of their family.

Our fully inclusive breakfast, after school and holiday clubs provide high quality affordable childcare with fully qualified and experienced staff. All staff are Enhanced DBS checked and Paediatric First Aid trained.

                                           Opening Times

Breakfast Clubs:                                        7.45 am – 8.45 am. Term time only.                                   

After school Club:                                    3.30 pm – 5.30 pm. Term time only.

    

                                            Session Fees

 

Breakfast Club:                                         7.45 am – 8.45 am Full session £3.00

Breakfast Club:                                         8.15 am – 8.45 am Half session £2.00 

After School Club:                                    3.30 pm – 4.30 pm Half session £3.00

After School Club:                                    3.30 pm – 5.30 pm Full session £5.00

 

Registration and Bookings

Introductory visits and a free taster sessions can be arranged with the school office or the Tree House with no obligation to register.

Registration for all Tree House Clubs is required. Registration forms can be collected from the school office, the Tree House or downloaded (please see bottom of page).

Bookings are made using the School Gateway and all bookings MUST BE paid for at the time of booking. 

Cancellations MUST be made by contacting the school office before 2.30 pm on the day in order to be credited back to your School Gateway account.

Late collections are considered to be if your child/children are not collected within 10 minutes of the end of their booked session. Late collections will be registered and those outside the 10 minute window will be charged at the rate of an additional session. (£3.25).

In the unfortunate circumstances that you know you are going to be late, please call the Tree House directly (07746 586720).

 

School Gateway

The school Gateway is a parent portal (app and website) that provides a single point of contact that allows parents/carers to view and book Tree House club sessions, to send and receive messages and to make payments.

In order to activate your School Gateway account you will need an email address and mobile number.

Click here to access the website. Select ‘New User’. Enter your email address and mobile phone number. This will send you a text message with a PIN number. This is your PIN to log into the School Gateway. You can download the app if you have a smart phone for quick and easy access to the School Gateway website in order to keep up to date with your Tree House bookings and payments.

 

Additional Needs

Ordsall Primary School’s Tree House Clubs are fully inclusive and open to every family in our community.

Children with a particular learning difficulty, disability or health related need will be fully integrated into the setting with the professional support of our SENCO in consultation with the child’s parents/carers and any other relevant agencies e.g. health visitor, speech and language therapist, physiotherapist in order to best meet your child’s needs.

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