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07/12/18

Waiting for the soup. https://t.co/CgtbcIo7ep

07/12/18

The Oak Class protesters moved in to SAVE THE RAINFOREST https://t.co/ogQRJXNToR

07/12/18

Oak have foraged and now to cook the spoils https://t.co/w5hygbo19m

07/12/18

School council met this afternoon to discuss the playground and how we can make it enjoyable and safe for everyone. https://t.co/T7hWvc8onc

07/12/18

Roydon Primary Academy Retweeted
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Children took a step back in time to enjoy a Victorian Christmas. Year 5 pupils from Academy, in Roydon, visited Royal Gunpowder Mills. Full story - https://t.co/QHohCXk7YP https://t.co/Z9Mx103o4k

07/12/18

Oak class Rainforest Survival WOW DAY begins with model shelters https://t.co/bM8Pb6udPN

05/12/18

A few more photos from the day https://t.co/ul6znzFmBJ

05/12/18

Some of our very happy Year 6 girls showing off their beautiful writing. Working hard to self edit and improve their 1st drafts! https://t.co/wiyNjedTnN

05/12/18

Year 3 are enjoying their pirate WOW Day! https://t.co/K6Fd0pIBQP

05/12/18

We are extremely proud of Years 1 and 2 who are performing their nativity this week! They have been amazing and have produced a show they can be very proud of! Thank you to the parents for your continued support and packed audiences!! https://t.co/EiaVKDbrXH

02/12/18

Thank you to FORSA for organising yesterday’s Christmas Bazaar! A big thank you to staff and parents for helping out and anyone who came to support the school. We raised an incredible £2300! https://t.co/AWCAg2uKLg

30/11/18

Victorian Christmas card making https://t.co/uZcFnBFNnR

30/11/18

Victoeian games https://t.co/QmC7oBaonS

30/11/18

Hornbeams for a Victorian Day https://t.co/OKHEglonyU

29/11/18

Come along on Saturday 1-4pm for some festive fun in support of the school! https://t.co/lNkEdBZfea

29/11/18

Just a selection of the hampers that will be won on Saturday at the Bazaar! Thank to our amazing parents for donating the gifts! Raffle tickets still available at the office https://t.co/nhMvmoOdNB

28/11/18

Thank you to all parents who completed our Autumn term survey, you can now see the results on the feedback section of our website. Thank you for the overwhelming positive feedback, we will work to improve any areas highlighted by parents.

28/11/18

Reception have been making lava lamps in Science today! https://t.co/vUb3EM4PtI

28/11/18

Roydon Primary Academy Retweeted
BMAT

Young leaders have taken on new responsibilities at their primary school. Academy, in Roydon, has appointed Year 6 pupils as leaders across the school. Full story - https://t.co/Oi51ENDIna https://t.co/OgViizLea6

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After School Child Care

Roydon Acorns After School Club

Roydon Acorns After School Club is an independent club that has been created to cater for parents needs for quality affordable childcare.  As registered childminders our aim is to offer a safe, caring, fun environment for all children with a reliable consistent service throughout the school term.

The children will enjoy a variety of activities which are planned to stimulate and encourage development, as well as to teach them to cooperate with each other at work and play.

The club will operate from Roydon Primary School, with the use of outdoor spaces, the main hall, classroooms and the library.  Children attending any other after school activities can join Roydon Acorns at 4.15pm.

Roydon Acorns After School Club has its own independent OFSTED registration, membership with Out of School Alliance and own public and employers liability insurance policy. The club has qualified and caring staff who work as a team to ensure that we exceed parents and carers expectations. Our intake is for ages 4 - 11 years.

During term time, we offer:

After School Club: 3:15pm - 5:30pm (Monday to Friday)

The only time the club will not run will be when the school operates parents/teacher consultation evenings and school productions at various times of the year.

Registration and Admission

Admission critieria: Age of child and availability of places. In the event of a waiting list, priority will be given to siblings.  Parents/carers will have to complete registration forms which can be downloaded from this website and agree to our policies and procedures also available to view on this website. We are committed to a totally non-discriminatory practice and will treat all children/families with equal concern and acknowledge their specific needs and requirements.   

Fees

After School Club (3:15 - 5:30pm)     £10 per session, £5 per half session

This includes a healthy snack and a choice of drink                                                 

Fees are payable weekly in advance on Mondays or on the first day of the week that your child is registered to attend unless you pay monthly or termly.  Fees must be paid for all absences (including sickness and family holidays) during term time.  A minimum of 2 weeks’ notice must be given when our services are no longer required.

Working Tax and Child Tax Credit

We encourage parents and carers to take advantage of the new tax credits which represent a helping hand for thousands of families who will be able to offset the costs of childcare and raising children.  For a claim form contact the Inland Revenue help line number: 0845 300 390.

Should parents/carers experience difficulties with payment of fees the club expects them to discuss the matter as soon as possible and we will be as supportive as possible.

Roydon Acorns After School Club Pledge to Parents

We value our relationship with parents 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, fees and charges, programmes of activities, and policies procedures.
  • Be consistent and reliable to enable you to plan with confidence and peace of mind.
  • Listen to your views and concerns to ensure that we continue to meet your needs.

Arrival & Departure Procedure

If your child is absent from school and therefore unable to attend the club please ensure that club staff are informed of your childs absence.  You can reach a member of Roydon Acorns After School Club on the designated mobile phone number 07519 326813, or email roydonacorns@hotmail.com..

All children must be signed out.  The after school club hours are strictly 3:15 - 5:30pm.

Late collection will result in fines of £5.00 for every 15 minutes or part thereof.  Persistent late collection will constitute a serious breach of contract and may lead to the withdrawal of the club place.  We will only release children to persons named by parents / carers on their registration form or as instructed by parent / carers in the case of emergency or change.  Checks will be made - passwords etc used.  Please do not take offence or be embarrassed if questions are asked and phone calls are made. The club takes every precaution where your childrens safety is concerned.  

Cleaning of the toilets and main hall will be cleaned each day after use by Roydon Acorns After School Club, and be left as it was found.  All other cleaning will be done by contracted cleaners as agreed.

Discipline

Staff will treat all children with respect, equally children will be expected to treat each other and staff with respect and consideration.

Any staff member found not respecting children in their care, would be subject to disciplinary proceedings.

We will not tolerate discriminatory behaviour, bullying and harassment.  The aim of the club is to encourage appropriate social behaviour with a gentle and consistent approach. Inappropriate behaviour is discussed with the child and parents/carers to ensure a consistent approach.  Persistent inappropriate behaviour may result in the child's place withdrawn with 2 weeks notice.

First Aid & Accident Procedure

Parents' prior consent is sought with regard to emergency treatment as per registration form.

Fully equipped First Aid Boxes are labelled and easily accessible to trained First Aiders.  The boxes are regularly checked, restocked and are not accessible to children.

All accidents - no matter how minor, are recorded in the accident book.  Parents / carers will be given a verbal and a written account of what happened and any first aid given. They will also be required to sign the book as proof that they have been advised of the accident.  If medical attention is needed the parent / carer will be contacted immediately.

Every effort is made by the management and staff to keep the club as safe as possible for the children in our care.

Health Requirements

The club needs to be informed of any infectious disease and will in turn inform other parents/carers if necessary. Children cannot be allowed in to the club if they have an infectious disease or have had the last bout of sickness and diarrhoea within the last 48 hours, this is in line with Health Protection Agency guidelines.

Safeguarding Children

Our first priority is the protection of the children in our care.  We are committed to Essex Safeguarding Children Board (ESCB) set procedure and guidelines.  We ensure that all staff are aware of the possible signs and symptoms of children at risk and their responsibility to report concerns and keeping concerns confidential.

Complaints Procedure

Any complaints should in the first instance be addressed to the club managers.  Should this not bring about a satisfactory outcome the matter can and should be taken up with OFSTED, Complaints and Enforcement: Tel:   0300 123 1231

Valuables

The club cannot take responsibility for expensive articles brought from home. Please do not allow children to bring in anything, including toys, which you are not prepared to see damaged.

Valuing Diversity

Roydon Acorns After School Club seek to be inclusive in all its endeavours.   All children irrespective of their cultural, social, religion,  ethnic background, beliefs or non beliefs will be encouraged to make a positive contribution towards the activities within the club in order to enrich the development of all. 

Special Needs Policy

The club is committed to the integration of children with special needs.  Our philosophy is that every child matters and has a right to be educated and to develop to her/his full potential alongside other children.  We will work together with parents and other relevant parties to organise the environment and plan activities to ensure that all children take part at a level appropriate to their needs.

Confidentiality

The club respects the rights of all children and their families to complete confidentiality unless there are child safety concerns.  All records are confidential and stored in a secure area.

Snacks

The club aims to provide and offer a range of foods, which meet the medical, religious, and cultural dietary needs of the individual child.

 

May 2015

 

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