Holiday club

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  • Holiday club

    10550197_666684123430255_7110797875332726813_oThe Stone Eden Holiday club provides care for children aged 4-11 years during the school holidays.

    It’s a fabulous opportunity for children who love to explore and go on daily adventures.

    A typical day at Stone Eden Holiday Club:

    8:00am – 8:45am: Children arrive and can choose to eat breakfast with us.

    9:30am: A healthy snack is provided before the mini bus arrives

    10:00am: The mini-bus arrives and takes the group out on their daily adventure where they have a picnic out and about. 

    The children get to choose a sandwich filling for their packed lunch.

    3:30pm: The mini-bus returns around this time. The children then have free time to play and are made a home-cooked tea.

    Children need to bring weather appropriate clothing and footwear.

    Payments

    Holiday club payments are charged by the hour and you can collect your child any time after 3:30pm.

    £50 deposit is required with the return of the admission form for each child. The deposit will either be deducted or returned from your invoice at the end of each holiday period. The deposit is non-refundable for any child that does not attend.

    We charge just £4.70 per hour, which is fully inclusive of travel, entry fees and freshly prepared meals, cooked on site by our very own chef.

    We would appreciate that you settle each child’s fees on a weekly basis or on completion of their sessions with us.

    The Management reserve the right to change activities depending on availability, numbers and weather conditions.

    Please book your child into holiday club as soon as you know that you need a space. Late bookings can impact on our activity planned and staffing arrangements.

    For more information call 01228 599400 or email david.farrell@stoneeden.co.uk.

    February half-term
    • Mon 18th Feb
      Talkin Tarn (am), Nursery – Making Soup (pm)
    • Tue 19 Feb
      Whinlatter Forest – Zog trail
    • Wed 20th Feb
      Treasure Hunt at Kingmoor Nature Reserve (am), Bitts Park (pm)
    • Thu 21st Feb
      Tullie House – Bubbleologist show (am), Hammonds Pond (pm)
    • Fri 22nd Feb
      Oak Tree Animal Centre
Why Stone Eden?
At Stone Eden Nursery School, you can be safe in the knowledge that your children are our number one priority. We guarantee:
  • Flexible childcare that meets your needs
  • High quality, safe facilities
  • Daily reports on individual achievement
  • Positive, comfortable learning environment
  • Freshly cooked meals on site every day
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  • We are now taking bookings for February half term. If you would like to book a space then please phone the nursery  where we will be happy to help.
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  • Pre-school children have had a very exciting afternoon today. We have had some special visitors who have come to talk to all of the boys and girls about what Police Officers do and the importance of stranger danger. We also got to try on the different types of uniforms and have a look around the police van. 
Thank you to Cumbria Police who have put some big smiles on our children's faces. 
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  • Ladybirds children couldn’t wait to make their friend some cupcakes for his 4th birthday today! This gave the children the opportunity to develop their physical and gross motor skills as well as maths. The boys and girls couldn’t wait for them to bake so that we could sing happy birthday. 🎂
  • Special delivery posted today 🎄🎅🏻
  • Don't forget that we have a bake sale in the baby unit entrance with lots of tasty treats still available for a Friday treat. All donations are going to Children in need 2018. 
Photos of all our children dressed up to follow this afternoon.