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06/12/21

Guess who came to the HPAS Christmas Fair....Santa! https://t.co/m2TK4bYZ9l

06/12/21

Well done to the HPAS Choir for providing us with entertainment at the Fair on Saturday. You were amazing. https://t.co/btgF3y3dhS

06/12/21

Thank you to everyone who attended out Christmas Fair this weekend. It was an amazing event. A big thanks to our phenomenal PTA who organised it! What a success! https://t.co/102Sa3pSWN

03/12/21

Another day, another football tournament. Year 3 and 4 football teams played in the Harris inter-academy tournament this afternoon at . Another fantastic performance from the both teams. HPAS came second! https://t.co/W1pvjanAEu

03/12/21

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Great to host a football tournament for teams from and Well done to everyone for taking part! Well done to team for coming 1st https://t.co/xwJt5ggrS4

02/12/21

Thank you to for hosting the Year 5 and 6 inter-academy football tournament this afternoon. Team HPAS came second in the tournament. The teams played exceptionally well and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. https://t.co/7H50xNALlG

01/12/21

The Year 6 football team ready for another game! https://t.co/PTB6iiGR0h

01/12/21

Let the Christmas festivities begin! Years Rec to 3 are enjoying the pantomime 'Sleeping Beauty' this afternoon. Thank you to PATHS for contributing towards the cost of the show. The children are having a wonderful time. https://t.co/RO5xwkjij8

22/11/21

A 1:1 draw to the boys. They played very well - we are super proud of them!

22/11/21

Well Done to all our year 5 and 6 pupils who represented HPAS in the interschool cross country competition in Crystal Palace Park this weekend! You did such a fantastic job on a freezing Saturday morning! https://t.co/UMSNFcLJR4

22/11/21

Year 6 boys warming up for their second league match. https://t.co/45PWbTiaBC

19/11/21

Thank you to all our HPAS families who donated bottles of shampoo this week. We reached our target of 250 bottles, which were delivered to Bromley Brighter Beginnings last night. They will be used in the family Christmas hampers. https://t.co/lKlLvaoEEZ

16/11/21

This week is Road Safety Week and to help raise awareness, our JTAs led an assembly on how to safely cross a road. https://t.co/nH89iiCHNK

15/11/21

Thank you to our members of Pupil Parliament who accompanied Mrs Howell at the Remembrance Day Service at St Mary's Church this Sunday. It was a wonderful service. A moment of reflection and calm. https://t.co/o8CPsELObo

15/11/21

The HPAS girls’ football team are still smiling despite losing the first football match they have ever played as a team. They showed massive improvement over the course of the game and were determined throughout. Well done girls! https://t.co/joj5ASCofb

09/11/21

Year 6 played their first football match today. They played brilliantly, and were 3-1 up for most of the match. We were unlucky to lose 4-3 in the final minute. Well done boys. https://t.co/44vqfuDKzy

08/11/21

Team HPAS played their second netball match today. It was another loss but the team showed a massive improvement over the course of the match. https://t.co/1dixtcV1zC

15/10/21

Year 2 enjoyed their final DT lesson of the term - applying their knowledge of axles to make moving toys. They then evaluated their finished products. https://t.co/akLfPJlrTV

15/10/21

Our Year 6 Junior Travel Ambassadors have been busy this week attending the JTA Virtual Training and Investiture Day. They learnt about their new role in promoting safe and active travel. Look out for the competitions and assemblies that our JTAs will lead on. https://t.co/xhXIXWvd9Y

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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.