Extended Day

Early Club – 7.30am to 8.40am
If parents require an early start to their day, children from Kindergarten through to Prep II can take advantage of our Early Club.

Based in Kindergarten, Early Club provides fully flexible care just when you need it. There is no need to pre-book and parents can leave safe in the knowledge that their youngest are in the care of experienced staff who will escort them to class together with any messages, ready to start the day.

A small fee applies dependent on time of arrival: £6.00 for children attending from 7.30am, £2.50 payable for arrivals between 8am and 8.20am, £1.50 after that.

Benefits:

  • Supervised care for children in EYFS and Preps I & II
  • Available from as early as 7.30am
  • Fully flexible, no need to pre-book
  • Nominal fees required.

Our Dining Hall is also open from 8am and staffed for students from Prep III upwards to socialise and prepare for the day ahead.

Late Club – until 6pm
If unable to be collected straight from school, Bridgewater provides all Prep children with an after-school facility in the large Dining Hall, where they are looked after by trained staff until 6pm.

Pupils have the opportunity to interact with different classes while engaging in an array of age-related activities such as: home corner, collage table, puzzles, building materials and an audio / visual suite. There is also a quiet area for junior children to complete homework, should they wish to do so.

Charges are based on pick-up times: £5 for use of Late Club up to 5pm, or £8 if collected up to 6pm. Costs include the provision of a nutritionally balanced snack.

Benefits:

  • After-school care for Prep children
  • Open until 6pm, no booking required
  • Range of activities suitable for all age groups.

 

Homework Club – 4pm to 6pm
We operate an after-school Homework Club for Senior School students, Year 7 upwards, every weekday during term time.

The provision gives pupils the opportunity to access an IT facility in a nominated and supported environment.

Rates are based on length of time required for the facility: £3 for up to one hour and £6 for up to two hours.

Benefits:

  • Supported environment
  • Available for 1 or 2 hours
  • No need to pre-book.

 

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