|North Downs Kidz Club Tel 07758 007842 Email firstname.lastname@example.org||
We are looking for two people to join our team. If you enjoy working with children and would like the opportunity to broaden your skills with some play work training get in touch via email@example.com
We require one play worker for 16.25 hours per week
plus 15 hours on selected holidays
We require one play assistant for 6.75 hours per week and some additional hours during selected holidays
Happy new year to all our children and their families, we hope you have had a great christmas break and we are looking forward to seeing you all at after school club on Tuesday 6th January 2015.
Our latest Ofsted report and newsletter are on the site and can be downloaded from the registration and booking form page.
We will be open for the February break from Monday 15th to Thursday 18th February 2015. A booking form will be available to download soon.
We are advising parents to book in early for the half term break as places go very quickly. Booking forms are available on our booking page.
The summer play scheme is filling fast
If you wish to book a play please return your booking forms to us asap
We are taking bookings for both the may break and the summer break as from Tuesday next week. To book a place download the booking form, complete and return the form via email or Culverstone School
As part of our Easter break planning we have included a talent show day. Many of our children love the thrill of being on stage. Hope and Phoebe recently won at Culverstone's got talent and the bug is hitting the after school club! Well done girls, myself and the staff can't wait to see what you all have planned. The staff might even show off their talents too….if I can convince them that is!
The Easter break booking form is available to download on our bookings page. Please book early to avoid disappointment as places go quickly. We are open Monday to Thursday for both weeks this Easter.
The after school club is looking for an apprentice to join the setting this summer. The apprentice should be aged between 17 and 24 years old and will need to be willing to study a program of training to include first aid, food hygiene, English, Maths and ICT functional skills and a main qualification for either early years or play work. The apprentice will ideally be studying towards a level 2 however a level 3 will be considered on application.