Jumping Jakes & Kids United Heygarth
Breakfast, After School & Holiday Club

The scheme is open at the following times

  • Breakfast club 8.00am-8.50am
  • After school club 3.30pm – 5.45pm weekdays, during term time. 

We also offer holiday care at Kids United – Heygarth 7.45am to 6.00pm during the school holidays, please click here for more holiday club information 

Breakfast Club - Breakfast is served 8:00am, last orders being 8:15am

There is a choice of:

  • Cereals,
  • Toast/crumpets,
  • Yoghurts, and
  • Water and Milk
Change for life logo

Children enjoy a mixture of free play, games and our quiet area before school, we often have group games and the ’10 minute shake up’ introduced by the change 4 life programme.

More information about the programme is available from the NHS site by clicking here

Infant children are taken directly over to their classrooms after breakfast club and collected again for after school club; the junior children are given their independence and allowed to come from their classrooms to the hall themselves.

Afternoon School Club

Children have a daily ‘circle time’ when they first come into the scheme, where they can chat and tell others about their day and the staff will do a daily star chart for those who have been extra good! The ‘circle time’ eases the transition from school into the schemes play environment.

Light after school snack – served as soon as we can as little tummy’s are hungry!

We have a menu that changes daily, click here for sample menu , fresh fruit is served daily in addition to the snack.  

After school sessions provide a wide range of activities

  • Playstations / tablets
  • Crafts / creative area
  • Board games
  • Table tennis
  • Book corner
  • Imaginary play, small world play, construction, home corner
  • Sports
  • outdoor activities and much more.

We have access to the outdoor playgrounds and fields within the school. 

During their time at the club children choose activities that suit them best!

WHAT WE OFFER

Our scheme follows the Playwork Principles, so the children are free to choose activities and resources as they wish. There will always be a selection of activities and resources available, including dressing up, home corner, craft, board games, computer games, physical play, and reading. In addition other resources are available for the children to select from our equipment library.

WHAT WE PROVIDE

We recognize the importance of healthy nutrition for children delivered in a calm, friendly setting

Snack time for children is at the beginning of each session and we request that food be consumed whilst sitting at the snack table. This is to ensure that the children are able to get the most from their session with us and are able to talk about their day.

The food we provide at the Club is not intended as a substitute for a main evening meal.

We provide healthy snacks, including fresh fruit and vegetables and statutory guidelines are followed.

We promote independence, by encouraging the children to prepare their own snacks, and to clear away after themselves.

Fresh drinking water is available at all times.

Wherever possible we meet individual dietary requirements and parental preferences.

STAFFING

Our Club is staffed by a Manager, Behavioural & SENCO Manager and four playworkers. In addition we may have volunteer staff. We aim is to provide a smooth transition between school and club. All of our staff have significant experience of working with children and undertake professional development training. All staff members are DBS checked. We maintain a staff/child ratio of 1:8 for children under the age of eight, in line with statutory requirements. Please see the staff tab for who’s who at Jumping Jakes. If you have a query or concern at any time, please speak to a member of staff at the club when you collect your child. If you prefer to arrange a more convenient time for a meeting please contact the manager and or scheme owner. You can download our last inspection report here.

 

Ofsted Registration number – EY446729, click HERE to see the report