FAQ

FAQ

1. Fill in our Registration form.
2. Hand in or email Registration form back to us so we can check form and availability.
3. Pay £20 Registration fee.
4. Pay a minimum week’s payment
5. Your child can start Sticky Fingers

Ofsted are our governing body and our registration number is EY2548140

If your child is not collected by 6pm then a charge of £5 for every five minutes will be applied until collected so please be punctual.

Children attending Sticky Fingers Breakfast Club have a nutritious choice for breakfast such as Cereals, Toast, Waffles, Crumpets, Muffins, Toasties, Croissants and Yogurts. Alongside these we offer Hot Chocolate, Milk, Black Current Juice or Squash. Breakfast is served between 7.00am – 8.00am.
Children attending Sticky Fingers After School Club have a daily snack ranging from Noodles, Baked beans & bread, Tortilla Chips, Crackers & Cheese plus much much more.

We take children from 4 years old up until they are 13 years old.

No unfortunately at Sticky Fingers we have a strict policy on exclusion periods. For sickness and diarrhoea children must be away for 48 hours after last symptom.

You can pay for your childcare in many ways including cash, onsite via card machine, bank transfer and childcare vouchers.

Yes, no problem you may collect your child whenever you wish while Sticky Fingers is open.

Unfortunately yes, as all pre-booked sessions are chargeable. Sticky Fingers requires 7 days notice if you require sessions to be changed.

Absolutely, we welcome people to come and see us and we can arrange a suitable time for you, be it early on in the day or later on in the afternoon. Due to safeguarding issues we need to know who is on the premises at all times and we must ensure that visitors are always fully supervised so we ask you to call or email us before hand to book a time. You can ask as many questions as you like when you pay us a visit.

At Sticky Fingers the children are encouraged to follow our 7 rules, these are:

1. We don’t like fighting.
2. Be kind to each other.
3. Share toys and games – don’t exclude anyone.
4. Wash hands before eating and after using the toilet.
5. Take care of the toys and equipment.
6. Use kind words.
7. Respect each other.