Welcome back to Longford Primary Academy!

About Our Club

During a morning session, we are based in the KS1 Hall. During the afternoon session, KS2 Children will meet in KS2 hall where they will be escorted over to KS1 building and taken into Nursery, where drinks and snacks will be offered with a variety of activities organised each day to meet a range of ages and interests.

Breakfast club fees include breakfast: cereal, toast and fresh fruit. Children will be cared for safely by a team of staff; with at least one staff member per eight children. The morning sessions start at 7:30am and breakfast is provided if you wish your child to have some. The children are then able to sit and do quiet activities and play before they are taken to classes for 8.55 am.

The after school sessions start at 3.25pm (when school ends) and finish at 6.00pm during normal school days. A varied programme is offered including arts, sport and recreational activities. There is a quiet area set aside where children can read, rest or do homework. A snack will be offered daily and drinks are available throughout the session.

Children attending After School Club are supervised by Club Staff at all times during club hours until they are collected by their parent/guardian (or an authorised adult). Children aged 8 years of age and under will not be permitted to go home unaccompanied and children over 8 may do so only with the written permission of the parent/guardian. This written permission needs to clearly state the time the child may leave (and on which dates) parents/guardians are reminded that they have full responsibility for their child from the time that they are signed out of the club by a member of staff.

Sickness, Accidents, First Aid and Emergencies

If a child becomes ill during a session, every attempt will be made to contact one of the people listed on the Registration Form to arrange collection of the sick child. The child will be cared for until collection. In the case of a minor accident, basic First Aid will be administered. Medication can only be administered with specific written instructions from a parent/guardian.

In the case of an accident requiring more than basic First Aid, every attempt will be made to contact the parent/guardian to discuss the course of action to be taken. If a child needs emergency hospital treatment the staff will first call an ambulance, then attempt to contact the parent/guardian and will continue to do so until successful. A member of staff will accompany the child to hospital and remain with them until a parent/guardian arrives. Please note: the Registration Form contains an Authorisation giving the club staff permission to act “in loco parentis” eg the parent/guardian cannot be contacted in time, the staff member will invoke that authority to take action to gain appropriate medical treatment for the child. If you do not wish to give such authorisation, please delete the relevant paragraph on the Registration Form.

Important Information

Wings Before and After School club cannot accept any child to attend a session unless a completed and signed Registration Form is submitted by the parent/guardian. Parents/guardians are responsible for ensuring that contact details provided are kept up to date. To contact the Club during a session please telephone 07504 897747.

Safety and Security of Children

The safety and security of children attending our club is a very important matter and everyone concerned has a part to play. This policy sets out the responsibilities of everyone involved with the club; parents, guardians, children and staff.

1. Responsibilities of parents/guardians • Making sure that the contact details they have provided to the club are correct and that the manager is told about any changes. • Notifying the club if their child will be arriving late for the club for any reason, e.g. after school activities. • Notifying the club if their child is not attending a booked session for any reason. Please note that refunds cannot be given for cancelled sessions. • Letting the club know during a session if they anticipate being later than planned collecting their child. Please note that there will be additional charges for this. • Letting the manager know if they have any concerns about their child relating to the club. • Gaining access to the building to collect their child ONLY via the club designated area and not asking children or other parents/guardians to let them in. NB. Messages can be left with the school office or the club manager

2. Responsibilities of children Children are responsible for listening to club staff when they are told which parts of the school they may play in because this may be different on different days. For example they may not be able to play out on the field everyday. Children must not leave the area they are playing in without telling a member of the club staff. Children must not open the outside door of the club area to let in parents or anyone else, even if they are known to the children. Children will follow the club rules and school’s Good To Be Green behaviour policy.

3. Responsibilities of Club staff Club staff are responsible for: • Checking with the school office whether any messages have been left about non-attendance. • Collecting all infant children from their classroom teacher at the end of school and taking them to the club room. • Ensuring children play in a safe way and do not take unnecessary risks while attending the club. • Recording any incidents or accidents that may occur accurately, and discussing these on the same day with the person who collects the child concerned. • Ensuring that at all times at least one member of the club staff is aware of the whereabouts of each child during the session. • Only handing over a child to a responsible person named by the parent/guardian on their contact sheet. • Recording the time the child leaves in the register. • Ensuring snacks and drinks are available during each session

The Longford Code

We all try our best, have a love of learning and can work as a team.
We take pride in our appearance, and we look after our community.
We treat everyone with respect, look after the school and the environment.
We are polite and honset and use our manners everywhere we go.
We use kind actions and words, and we treat people the way we want to be treated.
We are trustworthy.
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