Welcome to Coughton Out of School club based at The Old School situated in Sambourne Lane, Coughton. We are delighted to be able to offer Before & After School facilities at our new setting in Coughton which directly serves Coughton C of E Primary School
During term time our Breakfast Club opens at 7.30am. A healthy breakfast is offered to children, we then escort the children to school. After school we are open until 6pm. Children are collected from the school playground and escorted back to the Club. Here they can then relax and unwind in our secure, yet stimulating environment. Children can play with friends or start their homework if parents wish. A healthy snack tea can be purchased and is available from 4.30pm
At Coughton we offer a wide range of fun play activities and use Playwork Principles to deliver our ‘learning through play’ philosophy. Coughton Out of School club also embraces the Play Objectives which help our staff provide an interesting, challenging and suitable play environment for children.
We will be able to offer a Holiday Club Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 6pm during school holidays at our Crabbs Cross and also at our Studley settings. Bookings can be made online. Our out of school club closes for the usual Bank Holidays as well as over the Christmas School Closure Period.
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Coughton Out of School Club
We are now Ofsted registered and await our First Inspection. One of our other Out of School Clubs at Matchborough School was inspected in May 2016 and this is an extract from their latest inspection
Oveall the quality of provision is Good
Children enjoy being at the club. They are effectively supported by the staff who work well together. They ensure sessions are relaxed and fun, routines are unhurried and well managed. Children have good opportunities to socialise and play together.