Breakfast & After School Club
At All Cannings we believe it is important to support our children and their parents in any way we can and that is why we offer a Breakfast and After School club facility on site, to help working parents who require out of school hours care for their children. The children must be registered at the school and in years Reception to Year 6. The group comes under the umbrella of the school's Ofsted registration and is run by staff who are employed by the school.
Our Breakfast Club runs from 7.45 a.m. to 8.45 a.m. in the morning. The children are provided with breakfast (cereal and toast) and can then play before going into school. We can take up to 20 children each morning.
Our After School Club runs from 3.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Parents can either book the first hour (3.30 to 4.30 p.m.) or the full session until 6.00 p.m. but we try to be as flexible as we can outside these timings. Those children who are taking part in clubs until 4.30 p.m. can then go into After School Club. We have two permanent members of staff each day.
If you would like to book a session please complete the booking form and return it to Mrs Aimee Harford in the School Office. If it is your first booking please make sure you also complete a registration form and medical registration form which we will keep on file. Payment is arranged monthly in arrears by Parent Mail. Alternatively, payment can be arranged through childcare vouchers.
The three staff who run Breakfast and After School Club all have an enhanced DBS Clearance as well as a first aid qualification and they have undergone appropriate safeguarding training.
If you use our breakfast and after school club payment can be made via childcare vouchers. Many employers offer these through a salary sacrifice scheme. This means you agree to reduce your salary by a certain value and receive childcare vouchers to the same value but pay no tax or National Insurance on these vouchers. If you join the scheme, you can change up to £243 a month (£55 a week) of your gross salary for childcare vouchers. The part of your gross salary you exchange for childcare vouchers is tax-free and exempt from National Insurance contributions. Because of this, you can make savings of up to £933 a parent, a year. It doesn't cost you anything to sign up for childcare vouchers and the scheme applies whatever rate of tax you pay.