Breakfast Club and Billesley Stars Playcare are part of Billesley Primary School and subject to the same policies and procedures of the school and the Elliott Foundation. We therefore offer you consistency of care in a familiar and
Breakfast Club and Billesley Stars Playcare Club provides high quality care and are available for children from Nursery up to Year 6 who attend Billesley Primary School.
Fees and Booking procedures
All payments to school are made through the online Parent Pay system. Once your child has started at Billesley Primary School you will receive an activation letter with your log on details.
Time: 7.45am – 8.30am
Cost: £2.00 per day
No registration required. Just turn up!
Parents must bring children to the entrance door in the playground. Please do not leave until they have been ‘handed over’ to a member of the breakfast club staff at the door and have been registered. Upon arrival children can have a healthy breakfast.
Please note: Door closes at 8.30am - no breakfast will be available after this time.
At 8.50am staff will accompany Nursery, Reception and Year 1 children to their classroom. Year 2 children and above will walk to class on their own.
Session 1: 3.15pm – 4.30pm
Session 2: 4.30pm – 5.30pm
Cost: £4.00 per hour
Parents/Carers are requested to complete a Registration Form annually stating which days/sessions you require.
We will provide a drink and a snack for the children when they arrive at the Club. Further drinks are always available during the sessions
At the end of the school day, staff will collect children from their classrooms. Junior children will make their own way to the club in the Community Room, where they will be welcomed by a member of the Club staff. Please ensure your child knows which days they are at the Club each week. Playcare will provide a drink and a snack for the children when they arrive. Further drinks are always available during the sessions.
It is important that the staff are informed who is to collect your child from the Club. Please let staff know if someone different is to collect your child at any time by ringing playcare on 0121 464 3429 after 3.10pm, or the Main School Office on 0121 675 2800 before 3.10pm.
If your child suffers with asthma or is taking any medication then you are responsible for ensuring that your child has a separate inhaler and/or a separate supply of any medication that they may require for Playcare. All members of playcare staff are qualified in first aid.
Parents must come into the Club and report to the staff to sign their children out. This also gives staff the opportunity to discuss any issues with you or pass on any messages from your child’s class teacher.
Playcare Terms and Conditions
- The fees are payable monthly in advance, on the 1st of each month.
- If your child is ill or not required to attend a booked session, 24 hours notice must be given. If not you will be charged for each booked session.
- If the fees are not paid, we will remind you about the payment.
- If you have any questions or queries about fees or having difficulty in making payments, please make an appointment to see Mrs Mallard (School Business Manager).
- If payment is still not received, we will withdraw your child's place at Playcare until any fees already accumulated have been cleared.
- Late collection- in the event of my child being collected from Club AFTER 5.30pm an additional charge of £4.00 per 15 minutes will be payable.
We expect the same standard of good behaviour in the clubs as in school. Children will be encouraged to treat each other and members of staff with consideration, respect and good manners. We aim to create a family atmosphere where the children will mix with all age groups and help each other. The clubs follow the same Behaviour Policy as the school. Any concerns about individual behaviour will be discussed as they arise and may be refereed to Mr Rogerson as necessary.
Health & Safety
The Health and Safety of the children and staff at both clubs is of paramount importance. The clubs will be subject to the same Health and Safety inspections as the school an any issues reported to the Governing Body.
We are committed to the highest standards in protecting and safeguarding the welfare of the children in our care at all times. Our staff have been fully trained and supported. Social Services require us to contact them if we believe a child is at risk of harm or abuse. In the first instance, any concerns will be reported to one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads.