About

The Club's aim is to provide a safe, happy and inviting environment for your child.

The club was originally formed in 1999 by a group of parents with children attending either The Horsell Village School or The Horsell Church of England Junior school. The Club was originally operated from the Horsell Village Parish Institute building, with children from both schools being walked to the premises at the end of the school day.

 

In September 2009 the new site, located at the Horsell CofE Junior School opened. The club is a limited company but is managed on a not for profit basis by a Committee made up of parents of the children attending, who provide their time voluntarily.

 

We value our partnership with all parents to make the Club a success. If any parents wish and are able to contribute some time to assist in the running of the Club please let us know. 

 

Our current fees are £15 per session and £14.24 per session for siblings.

Ofsted 2016

“Children enjoy their time at the club and have opportunities to participate in a good range of interesting activities.

Activities

Arts & Crafts

 

There are numerous craft activities available for the children to choose from; drawing, painting, board games to outdoor fun. They are encouraged to participate and play together. The children also have time to play with toys or just relax in the quiet area. A light snack/tea is given to the children during the session.

Reading

 

There are numerous craft activities available for the children to choose from; drawing, painting, board games to outdoor fun. They are encouraged to participate and play together. The children also have time to play with toys or just relax in the quiet area. A light snack/tea is given to the children during the session.