We are pleased to provide our Holiday Club service for pupils and non-pupils which operates during school holidays within the terms of its policy and subject to its behaviour agreement. The children are under full adult supervision at all times, with a ratio of 1 adult to 10 children.
This year, we are planning to open our OPIE Holiday Club for the summer holidays (subject to change due to Government and DFE guidance) from 20th July until 2nd September 2020 (excluding Bank Holiday Monday) between the hours of 8am and 6pm. The activities will be themed each week and we will issue more details about this soon.
We do not usually operate for the last two weeks of August but if there is a requirement for the Holiday Club in those two weeks, we aim to provide it.
The Holiday Club will be open for booking to all Oundle CE Primary School Pupils on a first-come basis. The numbers will be capped to 15 children per day to operate within a government determined bubble. If we are fully booked and you require childcare please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to accommodate your request where possible.
Key-worker specific information:
On 17th July 2020 (the end of the term) the key-worker groups will cease. Therefore if you require childcare over the summer holidays you will be able to book and pay for the Holiday Club via Tucasi Sco-Pay. All sessions are chargeable at the rate of £4.00 per child, per hour. The Holiday Club will not be continuing with curriculum based learning but sport and craft activities based around themes.
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Children who are not pupils of Oundle CE Primary School must already be 4 years of age and in full time primary school education to attend the club. Children who are 4 years of age, but are not yet in full time education but are registered to attend Oundle CE Primary School in the September of the new academic year, will be allowed to attend the Holiday Club. Children will cease to be able to attend the club once they have left primary school to attend a senior school at 11 years of age.