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Aldermans Green Breakfast Club and Out of School - Cygnets

At Alderman’s Green we provide breakfast club and after school clubs for our children.  At our wrap around club we aim to offer a professional, friendly, fun and educational atmosphere, where the children access a safe and secure environment and will enjoy socialising and spending time with other club members and where parents and carers feel satisfied to leave their children.

We have lots of equipment at Cygnets and always have lots of fun; below is an example of some of the things we have and do:

Snooker, ping pong, football, various other sports equipment, baking.
Chalk pavement drawing, colouring, play dough, painting, model making and all sorts of arts and crafts.

Board games, cards, dolls, cars, dinosaurs, dressing up, Lego, k-nex

We aim to use the outside area as much as possible. We also have a small area within the garden, where we grow all sorts of vegetables, flowers and plants.

There is also a quiet area where children can work on their homework or practice their reading skills under the constant support of staff members.

Where to go

Name
Aldermans Green Primary School
Address
Aldermans Green Road
Aldermans Green
Coventry
Postcode
CV2 1PP

Who to contact

Telephone
07903 030723
Website
Aldermans Green Out of School Care - Cygnets

Childcare Information

Availability

Childcare Available
Before school
After school
Opening Times
Opening Times
DayOpening TimeClosing Time
Monday 07.30 08.45
Monday 15.15 17.45
Tuesday 07.30 08.45
Tuesday 15.15 17.45
Wednesday 07.30 08.45
Wednesday 15.15 17.45
Thursday 07.30 08.45
Thursday 15.15 17.45
Friday 07.30 08.45
Friday 15.15 17.45

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£3.75 Before school
£6.50 After school
Details
After school session from 15.15 to 16.30 is £4.20,from 15.15 to 17.30 is £7.25,session from 17.30 to 17.45 is £8.00
Registered for Tax Free childcare

Availability

Age Ranges
From 3 years to 11 years

Inclusion Information

Special Needs

Details
All childcare providers are expected under the Equality Act 2010 to make 'reasonable adjustments' to meet the needs of disabled children. The Early Years Foundation Stage also states that "Providers must have and implement a policy and procedure to promote equality of opportunity for children in their care, including support for children with special educational needs or disabilities".

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