ABOUT US

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ABOUT US

Busy Lizzies Kids Club offers Breakfast, Afterschool and Holiday Club provision. We put the emphasis on family fun and aim to provide a home from home where children can freely choose between indoor and outdoor play, quiet time with an adult chatting about their day or play a variety of activities with friends, from arts, crafts and messy play to outdoor sports and family classics like board games. Before and after a long day at school we want the children to feel at ease like they would be at home. Our resources and fantastic staff offer such a wide scope, that we can cater for all.

We are passionate about what we do and have a high staff to child ratio. This enables us to offer tailored, nurturing, high quality childcare, with a personal touch. Our staff are experienced and the majority work at Bengeo Playgroup or within the school, meaning that the children have already formed bonds, this ensures a great transition into Busy Lizzies. Our staff hold the relevant qualifications and we are all paediatric first aiders.

We are open each day during term time and for School Holidays except Christmas and the last 2 weeks of the Summer School Holidays. Children can join us aged 3-11 for the Holiday Club and 3-7 for Breakfast and Afterschool Club. Children can start from 2 years if attending Playgroup and we deem them as settled.

 

“Staff provide an excellent range of activities and experiences. Children are highly motivated and thoroughly enjoy their play.” – Ofsted Report – December 2015

 

Why choose Busy Lizzies Kids Club?
Ofsted OUTSTANDING awarded December 2015
Food hygiene level 5
Flexible sessions
Qualified dedicated staff, who work within the Playgroup and School
Healthy, nutritious breakfast, snacks and hot dinner provided
Ofsted registered
• A member of the Out of Schools Alliance

For more information call Tony on 01992 304477 or email busylizzieskidsclub@gmail.com

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“Staff take particular care to ensure children have extensive personal independence and develop a wonderful sense of belonging. The staff are very good role models. They listen to children and show them respect at all times. Children clearly develop high levels of self-confidence and very good social skills.” – Ofsted Report – December 2015