Breakfast and After School Clubs

After School Clubs

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Breakfast and After School Club at Lillian de Lissa Nursery
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Our Breakfast and After School Club is a facility that upholds the ethos of Lillian de Lissa Nursery School.

We will ensure at all times that the children are cared for correctly following school policies (that are available in the foyer next to the Head Teachers room)
This service is managed by the school and run by Alison Brown and Lisa McHugh who are key workers during the school day.

  • After School Club runs from 3-5.30pm
  • Breakfast Club runs from 7.45am till school time
  • Children will be provided with cereals, toast and a drink for breakfast and a light meal and drink for tea e.g. pizza, beans on toast, sandwiches, fruit e.t.c
  • The cost for this service is: Breakfast club – £4.00 7:45 till school time and After School Club is £4.00 per session till 3.30pm or £12 (with tea) till 5.30pm.

Due to incidences of non payment and high demand we require a deposit of one week’s fees to secure the place. This will be refunded when your child leaves the club. You are able to pay per week or in block payments.

Payment must be made at the beginning of each week. Late payments will incur an additional £5 fee. A receipt is issued once payment is received. Cash or cheques are accepted. Please make cheques payable to Lillian de Lissa Nursery School.

These regulations are laid out in the Breakfast/After School Club membership contract. Parents in receipt of Working Tax Credit may be able to claim a percentage of the cost of this care provision.

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