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By offering on-site breakfast and after-school clubs, your school can support busy working parents while extending social and learning opportunities for your pupils.
For us, it’s all about inspiring activity in young children, while reducing admin for school staff. You’ll receive a bespoke framework that’s aligned with the ethos and values of your school, making sessions familiar and authentic. And that’s just the beginning…
University of Cambridge Primary School love our wraparound care provision, but they’re not the only ones.
St Luke’s CofE Primary approached Premier Education for help delivering enriching before and after school care, and to reduce the heavy burden of wraparound care admin. Eight years on, the partnership continues to go from strength to strength.
“The coaches are knowledgeable, respectful and they have a full understanding of the school’s ethos. They work with us towards our vision, and we value that immensely.”
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As the UK’s No.1 activity provider to primary schools, we have over 20 years’ experience providing activity sessions to thousands of primary schools across the UK. We’re currently the second largest Wraparound Care provider in the country.
Healthy and active timetables feature activities such as archery, Lego, dance, arts and crafts, parachute games, yoga, board games, dodgeball, and puzzles. Snacks are nutritious and provide a boost of energy before or after-school.
An energising start to the day.
Typical timing: 07.45 – 08.45
Evidence shows that a dose of physical activity before school helps to engage children’s minds and prepare them for the day ahead.
Our breakfast clubs offer mentally and physically stimulating activities which sharpen and focus the mind while waking up the body.
All breakfast clubs include a healthy and nutritious breakfast, including food that is low in added sugar and rich in proteins and fibre, helping to extend attention span, concentration, and memory.
Rounding off the day right.
Typical timing: end of school day – 18.00
Our after-school clubs are designed to function as a ‘pause point’ that concludes the school day.
Sessions vary daily and include a range of indoor and outdoor activities as well as ‘quiet time’ when children can do homework or read if they wish.
We encourage all children to participate in some physical activity. These activities are inclusive – not just for sporty children – and aim to keep them active through play.
This improves social skills, self-esteem, balance, coordination, and wellbeing.
High-energy activities keep children happy and healthy during the holidays.
Typical timing: 08.30 – 17.30
Our Holiday camps are designed to help your kids get active, introduce them to new and exciting activities, and create a fun-filled experience they will remember forever.
A bucket load of fun activities, every school holiday. With great value sports, performing arts, and games to enjoy each half term, we have plenty for your children to get stuck into in the school break.
Offer a lifeline to busy working parents
Boost your pupil-led funding, including PE & sports premium, by attracting new families to your school
£10k income-generation for schools
Secure £10k funding in hall hire fees to use for provision in other areas
We take care of bookings, daily registers, staffing and session planning
Provision of the highest quality that’s routinely regulated
Dedicated wraparound care manager
Extend your team with dedicated expert resource managing wraparound care delivery
Range of stimulating activities
We offer healthy and active timetables, with a focus on wellbeing
Painless process for parents
Simple and flexible booking system with last-minute booking options
Weekly progress reports
Trackable feedback on all pupils, focused on participation and engagement
Until now, wraparound childcare has been a ‘nice to have’, mostly
depending on parent demand and school resource. It allows working
parents the ability to extend the school day to fit in with their
working hours but also the flexibility to factor in multiple drop-offs
But for a large number of primary schools this will be a daunting
task, with many wondering how they will staff, run and manage such
a provision with already-stretched resources. This guide covers everything schools need to know about setting up this vital service