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Join the FOSH After School Club, every Thursday during term-time, from 3.40 pm to 5.00 pm. Open to all students at St Hugh's,

FOSH After School Club is a fully-inclusive club which is open to all students at St Hugh's School.

Club sessions are held in school on Thursdays from 3.40 pm to 5.00 pm, term time only.

The programme of planned activities place an emphasis on safe and fair, fun activities, which aim to be creative, stimulating and varied, within a relaxed, friendly atmosphere - familiar to our students. Each club member is encouraged to make choices in their activities, in order to promote self-confidence, independence and self-esteem.

The club has access to school facilities - sensory room, soft-play, hydro-pool and the outdoors areas. If the weather is appropriate, club members are encouraged to go outside for team games, playground activities or to use the bikes. All abilities are catered for.

Each session costs £4.50. All fees are receipted.

Important: please note that payments must be received on a Monday or Tuesday of the week of attendance. There will be no exceptions to this rule.

Club members are offered a drink and a snack during the session.

Registration and medications: a completed registration form is required for each student attending the club. This form can also be used to inform us of any food allergies or dislikes. For those students that require medication (including for an emergency), a "permission to administer medications" form must be completed. Otherwise, it will not be possible to administer medications when needed.

We follow school rules for behaviour to ensure consistency for all members of the club. Students should be collected promptly at the end of each club session.

If your child would like to join FOSH After School Club, please contact the School Office.

FOSH After School Club is funded by the registered charity, Friends of St Hugh's. All staff are fully trained, paid and employed by FOSH.

 

Page published: 8 November 2018