Breakfast Club is open from 7.00am to 8.45am and costs £4.50 per session.
After-school club is open from 3.00pm to 6.00pm and costs £12.00 per session (a 5 day week is £50.00 – including a £10 discount).
Holiday club is open from 8.00am to 6.00pm during school holidays and half terms and costs £17.50 per day excluding any activities. If you book a full week (5 days) before the discount cut off time, you will recieve an additional £10 off for that week.
Daily activities vary from day to day – as do the costs, please check our Holiday club pages for more info for each day.
For our latest Ofsted inspection reports follow the link below:
Sticky Ofsted reports
Once a week the staff meetings are held, if you have any issues that you would to air or clarify, please document them and hand them in to Garth Clark, Michael McClain or Darlene McClain.
S/F likes to encourage all the family parents/carers to attend specially events that will happen throughout the year i.e. Changes and ways of helping your club, Working Tax Credit professionals will also attend our setting to give you advise and help on how to fill in the forms and receive the best advise as possible to help your claim be processed to the best of your advantage, and allow you to fire out question/concerns you may have.
Its always worth attending even if its just as a social evening to speck about any concerns you may have about your child or the setting. Free snacks/beverages are supplied, and fun/games entertainment for the rest of the family, so come along and enjoy the fun.
Notices will go out four weeks prior to a meeting.
Sticky Fingers & the community
SF works hard at providing safety for our children within the community.
Recently we have requested a Lollypop Lady/Man to help with the crossing for the children of St Georges School; this will enable all the children of St George’s to have a safer route for the busy roads that are just out side of their school.
Dropping off and collecting your child/ren from SF
All parents must come into the building and sign the signing in book. This must include your child’s name, the time you dropped them off and a signature from parent/career.
On leaving the premises, you must sign again, this time only the time you picked the child/ren up and your signature is required.
We are interested in any suggestions that you may have. SF organisation encourages and appreciates your in put into your child’s early years. Please feel free to utilise our Your Suggestion forms, which you will find at the setting of SF, next to the Notice Board. (See appendix 3).
SF have a number of policies in palce which you are welcomed to read at any time the setting is opened. They are next to the notice Board.
Equal opportunities for all, is very important, as well as children with Special Needs, religion, is taken in to consideration, therefore the children at SF are encouraged to celebrate their culture and religious faith. This aids in tolerance and harmony. We encourage parents to advise us on when their religious or special celebrations are and we will, (where possible) endeavour to incorporate them into our days
If you have a complaint or you are unhappy with the services, please follow these steps below.
1. See a member of staff who is on duty at the project, and tell them your complaint.
2. After seeing a member of staff and you are still not happy, please contact the senior worker.
If the above is unsatisfactory and you wish to appeal against the decision made by the senior worker, please contact the management committee, by sending a letter stating
Why you are appealing
This way matters can be dealt with as soon as possible.
We will acknowledge all complaints within five working days.
All complaints will be taken seriously.
Appeal forms can be obtained on site.
Letters should be addressed to:
710 Hertford Road
Alternatively if you are still unhappy you can contact OFSTED (once the following procedures above have been followed correctly).