Buddies Out of School Club at Barugh Green Pre-school
Buddies is a breakfast and after school club which opens at 7:30 am where children aged 4 and 11 years old can come to play, draw, and create. Then have some breakfast of their choosing e.g. toast with a selection of toppings and a selection of cereal. We then walk the children to Barugh Green Primary school wearing high visibility jackets and take them to their classrooms to start their school day. Then at 3:00 pm we go up again putting high visibility jackets on to walk back to Buddies. Once back the children can play board games, dress up, building games and draw or create whilst a light tea is prepared. In the light evenings we go out to our playground where the children can play on the climbing frame, tyres, sand and in our play house.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Beverley Harper
- Contact Position
Where to go
- Barugh Green Buddies
Barugh Green Children's Centre
Barugh Green Road
- S75 1JT
Secure outdoor play area
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £5.50 Breakfast Session £11.50 After School Session £57.50 After School Session per week £27.50 Breakfast Session per week
- Please note that costs are increasing as follows from September 2019: Breakfast club - £5.50 After school club - £11.50
- 4 years,0 months
- 11 years,10 months
- Immediate vacancies
- Vacancies on all sessions both breakfast and after school
- 3 & 4 year old funding
- 2 year old funding
- Opening Times
Opening Times Day Opening Time Closing Time Monday to Friday AM 7:30am 9:00am Monday to Friday PM 3:00pm 6:30pm
- Offers pickups
- Barugh Green Primary
- Ofsted URN
- Link to latest ofsted inspection report
The pre-school has a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) who supports Buddies.
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- How do we offer support to children or young people with a special educational need or disability?
We are fully inclusive and adhere to our equal opportunities and inclusion policy.
- What specialist training, experience and expertise do we have relevant to children with special educational needs and disabilities?
Liaise with school, parents and children.
Key person system operates for reception age children.
Children elect their own school counsel who put ideas forward for activities and menus.
A welcome letter is sent to all parents prior to child starting detailing how the setting is run and the names and roles of the Committee/Trustees are displayed in the foyer.
- How accessible is our setting?
Activities are planned, resourced and differentiated according to each child's needs and interests per each session. Staff get to know children well which enables them to support their individual needs accordingly.
Planned topics at school are integrated into Buddies to support learning.