The After School Club
The After School Club is running until Friday 21 December 2018 and will start again on Tuesday 8 January 2019.
If your school closes earlier than usual on 21 December, we will be unable to collect so please make alternative arrangements.
Online booking facilities should not be used by parents who pay with Childcare Vouchers or paying the concessionary rate.
After School Club is for children from Reception to Year 7. Our Ofsted registration number is EY489588.
All those wishing to book the Playscheme or use the After School Club will need to fill in CHILDCARE REGISTRATION FORM 2018-19 and send it to email@example.com before being able to book.
Fees: £9 per session, per child. All fees must be paid in advance. Refunds will incur a 3% admin fee.
We have had an After School Club at Elizabeth House for over 10 years now. We offer a safe, friendly and fun environment for children to play, for arts and crafts activities, games and relax after school.
We collect children from St John’s Highbury Vale, Gillespie, Ambler and Parkwood Primary Schools and escort them safely to the club. Children from other schools in the local area can make their own way here.
On arrival, the children receive a light snack, and drinks are available throughout the session. Activities consist of a variety of arts and crafts, sports and games. We also have a computer suite which is really popular with the children.
Our staff are experienced and qualified. They ensure each child is looked after and has fun at Elizabeth House.
Payments – the easiest way to book and pay for your childcare services is through our online booking and payment system.
However, we still accept payment by BACS, cash, child vouchers or cheque (made payable to Highbury Vale Blackstock Trust).
For BACS payment:
Account Name: Highbury Vale Blackstock Trust
Account Number: 00006985
Sort Code: 40-52-40
Payment reference: child’s name + date + ASC
For further information and an application form, contact our team or call us on 020 7690 1300.
After School Club is funded with the support of the London Borough of Islington and the St James’ Trust.