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The Village Clubhouse

BD20 8HB Lothersdale Primary School


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Summer Holiday Club 2022
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Our Play Areas

Lothersdale Community Out of School and Holiday Club is located next to the village primary school and opposite an attractive park. We are Ofsted registered to provide childcare for up to 30 children of primary school age.

The clubhouse is set over two floors upstairs being only accessible to children over eight years old or all children when carrying out certain supervised activities. We have access to outdoor play at all times, and the outside area is largely tarmac providing space for ball games, den making, creative play and a wide range of other activities including a wooden playhouse. The front door is locked at all times when all the children are playing inside; there is a doorbell to ring to attract our attention. We take advantage of the park opposite the clubhouse as often as we can, usually during the summer months.

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Professional, Qualified & Dedicated Staff

The Out of School Club is staffed by a manager, deputy manager, and three playworkers. We may sometimes have students taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh scheme who wish to come along and offer play support. They are never made responsible for the care of the children. 

The aim is to provide a smooth transition between school and club. All our staff have significant experience of working with children and comply with EYFS requirements for registered childcare. Staff are expected to undertake professional development training. All staff members are checked through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Our Pledge to All Parents/Carers

We value our relationship with parents/carers and are committed to working in partnership with you to provide top quality play and care for your children. We will:

  • Welcome you at all times to discuss our work, have a chat or take part in our activities.
  • Keep you informed of opening times, charges, programmes of activities, menus, and procedures.
  • Be consistent and reliable to enable you to plan with confidence and peace of mind.
  • Share and discuss your child's achievements, experiences, progress, and friendships.
  • Ask your permission for outings and special events.
  • Listen to your views and concerns to ensure that we continue to meet your needs.

Parents’ Handbook


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