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26/11/19

Year 2 also met a millipede and a terantula today! Miss Kent enjoyed holding the millipede. https://t.co/cCAUsMt9tw

26/11/19

Year 2 have The Animal Experience in today and they have met a tegu lizard and a snake so far! https://t.co/4QDnkx9mRm

25/11/19

Last week of Astronomy Club. The children have thoroughly enjoyed learning and space! https://t.co/Y3D3CL4gQa

16/11/19

Team HPAS ready for the Bromley Primary Schools Cross Country! https://t.co/TStsmG9WSV

28/10/19

In today’s Astronomy Club, the children learnt all about the orbit of the moon and Earth. https://t.co/Ool8IRGdXh

11/10/19

HPAS pupils were so pleased to meet Lord Harris this morning. https://t.co/rOe8DFtOz2

05/07/19

Year 4 Road Trip USA Sleepover 🇺🇸#excited https://t.co/yfIzcXjdf3

05/07/19

Year 4 Road Trip USA Sleepover 🇺🇸#excited https://t.co/SbS6gwE6rC

15/03/19

HPAS Danceathon for Comic Relief. Well done everyone! https://t.co/VBxQkHjkJD

07/03/19

World Book Day at HPAS! 😁#worldbookday19 https://t.co/6E913VLGSE

16/11/18

Pupils enjoying their new playground zones and equipment. https://t.co/uT1QEdptNT

11/11/18

Our Pupil Parliament attended the Remembrance Service at St Mary’s Shortlands today and then laid a wreath from HPAS at the War Memorial.#BritishLegion https://t.co/roYV7J87UZ

06/11/18

Our Year 1 children were honoured to welcome the Mayor of Bromley to HPAS today. We were very proud of the questions they asked her about her important role. https://t.co/QHwZ6iiRDU

05/10/18

Thank you Harris for a very inspirational conference today.

05/10/18

So proud of our very own Mrs Hooper who won an award today for Transforming Lives as a Support Staff member. https://t.co/plTZPcgP7m

05/10/18

06/07/18

Sports Day afternoon activities. https://t.co/i0evjzgK7Q

06/07/18

Sports Day afternoon activities https://t.co/5cxTgH0A0s

06/07/18

SPORTS DAY afternoon activities https://t.co/0Dk29NQ2Gw

27/06/18

Reminder: Please remember to sign and return your Sports Day reply slip. Thank you.

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Breakfast and After-School Club

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 Our Breakfast and After-School Clubs are currently run on our site by  "Purple House". 

Contact details:

Email address: info@purplehouseclubz.co.uk

Club telephone number: 07904041527

Supervisor telephone number: 07842769012

Website:  www.purplehouseclubz.co.uk

Shortlands Breakfast and After School Cub

Monday to Friday, term time only.  Holiday clubs will begin from September 2020 - more information to follow.

Breakfast club – 7.30am - 8.40am

After school club – 3.20pm - 6.00pm.

What we offer

Purple House plan and deliver a range of activities to meet the needs of all the children. The children are free to choose from the variety of play equipment that is available to them or partake in an adult led activity each day for the variety of age ranges within the school.  Although we are not expected to follow the EYFS guidelines we agree with its importance and therefore aim to provide activities that cover all areas of the EYFS learning objectives and the curriculum. 

What we provide

Purple House provide healthy, nutritional and delicious tea time options at every session. We aim to offer physical indoor and outdoor activities for the children to support the wellbeing of each individual child’s physical development in the club.

The food we provide at the Club is not intended as a substitute for a main evening meal. We promote independence, by encouraging the children to help to set up and prepare part of the tea, clearing away after themselves and washing up with the support of adults. We aim to meet all individual dietary requirements and parental preferences wherever possible and ensure fresh drinking water is available at all times.

Staffing

Our employees are recruited in line with ‘Safer recruitment’ and the ‘Keeping children safe in education’ guidance.  No employee enters a registered setting until they hold a current Enhanced DBS certificate, the details of which are shared with the school.  We are committed to safeguarding and regularly review and update our safeguarding policy and procedures. We maintain a staff/child ratio which is in line with Ofsted guidelines and ensures the safety of your children in our setting.  Ofsted no longer stipulate a specific ratio; therefore, we work on the basis of ensuring no more than 1:8 child: staff ratio (4-5 years old) 1:10 child: staff ratio (8 years and above).

Payment of fees

 

Payment method

Price     Breakfast Club

Price After School Club

Casual

A non regular member paying on an ad-hoc basis

 

£700

 

£13.00

Voucher / Block

A regular member with an annual subscription paying by direct debit, childcare vouchers or blocks paid in advance 

 

 

£6.50

 

£12.50

Emergency booking service 

A same day booking / less than 24 hours 

 

 

£10.00

 

£20.00

Late collection fees

Customers will be charhged for each 15 minutes that they are late for collection of their child/ren

N/A

£15 every 15 minutes

(from 6.01 pm)

Fees are payable in advance by Parent Pay, direct debit or childcare vouchers. Fees are divided into 10 monthly instalments. First payments will be due 1st August and end 1st May each academic year. Accounts should be cleared and up to date before the re-registration process begins in June for the new academic year. August and September payments MUST be paid before your child can begin using the service. If a payment is missed parents can log into their parent pay accounts and make a payment.

We accept the following Childcare Vouchers,

  • Care – 4
  • RG Childcare Vouchers
  • Fideliti
  • Computershare
  • Edenred
  • Sodexo
  • Gemelli
  • Government Tax-Free Childcare

 

If your voucher company is not displayed please let us know so we can register.