Wild Wood Club
Breakfast, Afternoon and Holiday Club
About the Club
Wild Wood Club provides affordable high quality child care provision for parents/carers of 4 – 11 year old children, before and after school and during the school holidays. It is primarily for children to play and relax in a safe and friendly environment. We follow the school values. You can find our policies and procedures here on this page.
In Wild Wood Club we have experienced and qualified staff which provide a high standard of care.
All staff at the club ensures that the safety of the children comes first in any circumstance and adopts the school’s policies and procedures.
The club offers a variety of activities for all ages such as art & crafts, sports, role play, construction, cooking, team building, competitions, quizzes and much more.
We are a play work setting, therefore we do encourage children to make their own choice of play whether it is inside or outside. We offer a free-flow system where children can choose to play in or out throughout the session. We also ask children to help with the planning of new ideas, games and activities they would like to see offered to them at the club.
How to book
You can book by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or directly with the club with a completed booking form, which you can collect online or directly from the club.
Bookings are made on a first come first served basis.
We have a maximum of 40 spaces per session.
Meals & Snacks
The club offers a 3 week menu.
Breakfast can be hot or cold meal which consists of a choice of cereals, toast, porridge, milk, fruit and juices.
Snack is offered as soon as school has finished with a choice of light snack such as breadstick, crackers, biscuits, vegetable sticks or a piece of fruit with juice or water.
A main meal is offered to the children for their dinner for example; pasta bake, curry, sausage & mash, pizza etc. and as a second option jacket potato We respect your child dietary requirements.
A pudding is given after dinner. We are pleased to offer among others home made cake, ice cream, yoghurt or fruit.
Also fruit, juice or water is offered to all children throughout the session.
Children should not be sent to the club if they are unwell. Parents will be telephoned if their child should fall ill at the club and must ensure that up to date contact details are with the club at all times.
Prescribed medicines may be administered with the agreement of the club manager. A consent form must be completed and signed by parent and handed in with the medication to the club.
All children will be greeted and signed in by member of staff on the registration form.
Staff will not send a child home with anyone they do not have permission from parents. Should the club be unable to contact a parent by 6.15pm social services will be phoned. The club has the right to charge £10 for a late collection fee.