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Before & After School Clubs

Breakfast Club

Timings 7.30 - 8.40am

Our Breakfast club is available for children in Reception, Year 1 & 2 and is run by our own staff.  The children enjoy cereals, toast, muffins & crumpets, yoghurts & fruit, water, orange & apple juice.  After eating and time permitting they enjoy activities and play, they also learn to tidy up after themselves. At 8.40am the children are then escorted to their classrooms in time for their school day.

If you are interested in using this facility and would like more information please contact Mrs Hanly on the office email address, 

office@whiteheath-inf.hillingdon.sch.uk

 

 

Nursery Cygnets Afterschool Club

Our nursery afterschool club provision runs from 3.25pm to 5.30pm and is specifically designed for nursery children that attend Whiteheath only. It is held within the nursery area, we will provide snacks and refreshments for your child. Collection is strictly 5.30pm from the Nursery garden gate. Please follow the link for more information and to book your place. 

 

Afterschool & Holiday Clubs – EnergyKidz

Opening times 3.20pm – 6.00pm (during term time)

 

 

When collecting your child/children from our Afterschool Club please ring the bell situated by the nursery garden gate, EnergyKidz staff will open the gate and ask you to walk around to the mobile classroom & if collecting from the Holiday Club follow the directional arrows from the main front gate to our school Reception Area & ring the mobile doorbell to alert Holiday Club Personnel of your arrival.

 

Exciting news!

 

Energy Kidz are now looking forward to an action-packed Summer Holiday! We will be running our Summer Holiday Club at Whiteheath Infant School in Ruislip over the course of the

6-week holiday. Our fun packed holiday clubs provide fantastic activities for children and reliable childcare for working parents.

 

For each week of the Summer Holiday, our holiday clubs will be following a different theme. Children will be constructing Giant Star Mobiles in our ‘Reach for the Stars’ week, playing Tag Piglets in ‘Barnyard Bonanza’ week, baking Rainbow Cake in our ‘Forecast of Fun’ week and taking on our Pirate Treasure Hunt in our ‘Epic Explorers’ week among many other entertaining activities.

 

You can now secure your place with a 10% Early Bird Discount Offer. Book using the code EBSUMMER18-1 via our website to claim your discount at http://bookings.energy-kidz.co.uk/. For further information, Competition Giveaways and exciting Holiday Club updates, check out our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/EnergyKidz/.

 

The Elms Summer Camps

 

The Elms Summer Camps – August 2018

We will once again be welcoming ‘The Elms’ summer camp to two weeks during the summer holidays, their flyer with all information contained will be sent under separate cover via our Parentmail system. Dates have been confirm as

Week 1 – 20th to 24th August 2018

Week 2 – 28th to 31st August 2018

Early bird discounts are available if places are booked before 2nd July 2018

For more information please visit their website (link below).

https://www.elmsholidaycamps.co.uk/venues/ruislip/whiteheath-infant-school

EXTRA CURRICULAR CLUBS

Opening Times - 3.30 - 4.15pm

 

The following clubs are currently run at Whiteheath Infant School by external providers who run their own administration and will communicate directly with parents. Your child will be taken from their class at 3.20pm in readiness to start their club at 3.30pm

For more information, please use the contact details below.

Spring Term - Internal After School Clubs

Opening times 3.20 - 4.15pm

A wide variety of school run 'after school clubs' are offered during the Spring term to our year 1 & 2 children. We are only able to offer these school clubs due to the goodwill of our teaching staff who kindly run the clubs in their own time. We aim to ensure that every child has an opportunity to attend at least one school club in their time at Whiteheath.

 

School Clubs may include:

(but not limited to)

Maths & Problem Solving Club

To develop thinking and maths problem solving skills

Philosophy Club

To encourage children to explore ideas and concepts through reading books, poems and art work.

Sunflower Club

Aiming to develop social and play skills through fun activities

Fun & Fitness Club

Music Club

Arts & Crafts Club

Story Club

D & T Club

Games Club

Gardening Club

Which takes place at certain times throughout the school year and encourages the children to have an interest in gardening and growing vegetables to promote healthy heating. The club is registered with the RHS Campaign for School Gardening.


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