We run a fully staffed before and after school child care provision at Hiltingbury.
Each morning we run a 'drop in' for Infant and Junior School children in the school hall between 8 a.m. and 8.45 a.m. There is no need to book in advance but please ensure that your child is registered before leaving them.
The After School Treehouse Club is for Infant children only and meets daily in the hall and provides care from 3.20 p.m. to 6.00 p.m which includes a snack for each child. There are planned indoor and outdoor play activities including arts and crafts, table top games, physical activities, role play and dressing-up opportunities.This club is always oversubscribed so must be booked in advance. (Please note that the Junior School runs its own separate After School Club)
The club has produced a welcome pack, this is available from school or to download below.
Dance Club is run after school on Mondays from 3.30p.m. to 4.30 p.m. by members of our school staff. It is open to both girls and boys and includes modern and contemporary dancing with FUN being a key element. Letters are sent out to Year 1 and Year 2 children at the beginning of each term.
There are 24 places on a first come first served basis. Any child that is not successful in getting a place is placed top of the list for the next half term.
Children may join French club when they are in Year One or Two. Children learn conversational French in a fun and informal way. These classes are run after school, on the school premises, by an outside organisation. The school office can put you in touch
with the Club.
We have an After School Football Club run by R & R Coaching, which is open to all children in Years One and Two. This includes skill based games and activities and opportunities to develop individual and team skills as well as having lots of fun and keeping fit.
MULTI-SPORTS AND JUMP ROPE CLUBS
After school Multi-Sports Club and Jump Rope Club run on Wednesdays and Thursdays supervised by members of school staff. These Clubs are open to all children in Years One and Two and the focus is on having fun and keeping fit and healthy. They include skill based games and activities and opportunities to develop individual and team skills.
The choir meets during the school day and is run by our own teaching staff. There is no charge for this activity.