Ladycross Owls Club
Owls Club is available to every child who attends Ladycross Infant and Nursery School.
Take a look at what we do at Owls Club
Due to Covid-19 our current routine slightly differs to the one shown in the video.
Owls Club welcome pack and registration forms
You can request a paper copy from the school office or directly from Owls Club if required.
7.30am - 8.50am Monday - Friday
£4.50 per child per session
The children have access to a wide range of activities, have their breakfast and take part in group games. They help to prepare their own breakfast, having cereals, toast and fruit.
At 8.50, the staff take the children to their classrooms ready for the start of school.
After School club
3:00pm - 5.45pm Monday - Thursday
3:00pm - 5.15pm on Friday
£8.00 per child per session
The children chose the activities, help to make their own tea and clear away their pots in the kitchen, play outdoors and group games in the hall.
Staff involve the children in their own learning as they plan the activities they want to do. So far, they have been cooking, exploring in the garden, building models and dens and many other interests.
Staff take note of the children’s learning and will inform school staff about achievements.
Staff hold relevant qualifications and hold certificates in first aid and food preparation. They work as a team to make sure Ladycross Owls runs smoothly and the children learn and have fun.
Please call Lindsay Warren on 01159397379 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and to check availability.
Due to Covid-19 we are currently operating solely from the school hall. We have 3 groups Early years (Nursery and Reception children), Year 1 and Year 2.
The children Wash their hands upon entering Owls Club, before and after food and before they go home (alongside any other points where they would normally be asked to wash their hands).
Toys and activities are still as readily available as before however all soft furnishing have been removed. Toys and resources are regularly cleaned and are not shared between the groups of children.
Food is being prepared by staff members and given to the children at meal times rather than the children making their own food.
Victoria Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG10 5JD