Our Extended School Manager is Mrs Collins and she can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also call 0207 272 1270 and ring through to option 2.
Our school day runs from 8.40 am to 3.15 pm. The School provides Extended School Services (Breakfast, Enrichment and After School Clubs) which are available for children in Nursery to Year 6.
- Breakfast Club 7.50 am to 8.30 am
- Enrichment Clubs 3.30 pm – 4.15/4.30 pm
- After School Club 3.15 pm – 6.00 pm
Charges are as follows:
Breakfast Club rate for all children: £3.00
After School Single Children’s rate: £10.00
After School Siblings rate: £8.00
Discounted rates are available for low income working families. See below for more details.
Children should be collected promptly from the designated area as advised in their confirmation letter. Late pickups will be charged for the staff time who have to remain late.
The Breakfast and After School Clubs are held in the Infant Hall and Playground. There is a separate setting for Nursery with age appropriate activities both inside and outside the building. Children will be escorted from their classroom to clubs or given a timetable if they attend senior classes.
There is a supervised study area equipped with computers as well as a separate quiet room for reading and playing quiet games. All staff are fully trained teaching or early year assistants and first aid trained. There is a wide range of enrichment clubs that compliment the curriculum.
You can register your interest using the extended school registration form and return it to the School Office. After School Club is currently oversubscribed and your application will be placed on a waiting list. When a place becomes available the Extended School Manager will contact you. You will need to inform the school each year if you wish to remain on the waiting list.
To register each term for enrichment clubs, please check that your ParentPay account details are up-to-date. Enrichment Club information and registration details for the following term are sent out towards the end of each term and you will be able to sign up and pay through ParentPay.
We are a Healthy School and a supper is provided to children in the After School Club.
CHEAPER CHILDCARE FOR LOW INCOME WORKING FAMILIES
Some low-income working families find it hard to pay for childcare – although tax credits can really help, not everyone is entitled to them and, even if you are, they may not cover all your costs.
So St Joseph’s is offering a limited number of places with a discount of £2 per day (ASC). If your family’s income is £24,000 or lower (gross – before tax) and you are in paid employment, you can apply. These are available on a first come first serve basis and limited to one per family.
To apply for one of these places, please contact Louise Palmer via email at email@example.com and ask for the application form.
You will need to complete a simple application form and provide original documents to prove:
- your address (utility bill, benefits statement, etc)
- income (weekly or monthly pay slips or audited accounts/HMRC self-assessment form if self-employed).
- your child’s identity (birth certificate or passport).