Skip to content ↓

Heymann Primary School

Inspiring and motivating our children
to be the best they can be

At Heymann Primary School we offer wrap around care for all of our children from 3-11 years.

All of our services are available Monday to Friday term time only. There is no provision on school INSET days. These dates are published in our school newsletter in September and throughout the year.

Once your child has been offered a place at Heymann Nursery you may register your child for our wrap around care services. Registration forms are available from the school office.

The following table shows the current costs of our provision.

 
Wrap Around Care Services (Invoice will include all charges except hot dinner bookings which are paid for separately via sQuid payment)
 
Cost
Breakfast club
£ 4.00
Lunch club (bringing sandwiches)
£ 3.00
Lunch club (school hot dinners @ £2.15 per day)
£ 3.00 + £2.29
Day Care
£ 12.00
Out of School Club
 
Please note all wrap around charges are independent of Breakfast and Out of School Club due to the nature of the nursery and the ratio of staffing required.  Therefore you will receive a full charge for any club days booked regardless of absence due to holiday, illness or medical. 
 
Children receiving a school hot dinner will need to have sufficient funds on their Registered sQuid account in advance to cover the meal cost.   A sQuid account will be issued to parents for their child upon admission to nursery.
 

30 Hour Entitlement

 

The only sessions we are currently providing as part of the 30 hour entitlement is the ‘day care’. Please note if you wish for your child to stay at nursery all day you will receive a bill for lunchtimes.

The  government’s online checker is still in development. The following are the current guidelines for eligibility for the extended childcare entitlement:

•  Both parents are working (or the sole parent is working in a lone parent family); Both parents are working includes circumstances where:

 •  One or both parents are temporarily away from the workplace on parental, adoption, maternity or paternity leave;

 •  One or both parents are temporarily away from the workplace on statutory sick pay;

 •  One parent is employed and one parent has substantial caring responsibilities based on specific benefits received for caring; or

 •  One parent is employed and one parent is disabled or incapacitated based on receipt of specific benefits.

 •  Each parent has a weekly minimum income equivalent to 16 hours at national minimum wage or living wage; (parents do not necessarily need to actually work 16 hours a week, but rather their earnings must reflect at least 16 hours of work at national minimum wage or national living wage) and;

•  Neither parent has an income of more than £100,000 per year.

£ 8.50
 

Breakfast Club

Heymann Breakfast club runs each morning from 7:30am at the KS2 site. Children are given breakfast which consists of cereal and toast or bread and a drink. They also have the opportunity to take part in various activities. Children are supervised by staff and are walked over to nursery for the beginning of the morning session..

Day Care morning or afternoon

 Day Care takes place in the nursery and allows your child to stay all day. Your child can attend day care during the sessions they are not attending the nursery.

The morning session begins at 8:30am until 11:30am. The afternoon session follows on from lunch club from 12:15pm until 3:15pm.

There are limited places available in each session. If there is high demand for places these will be offered to children requiring the most sessions a week first.

Lunch Club

Lunch Club runs from 11:30am until 12:15pm and is open for children attending morning or afternoon nursery sessions. There are 26 places available each day. 

The children may have some time to play outside (or in the classroom if it is wet) once they have finished their lunch.

Heymann Out of School Club

 Out of School Club runs from 3:15pm until 6:00pm. Children are collected at the end of the school day by Out of School Club staff and are taken to the Out of School Club rooms.

Children are encouraged to take part in a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities. A light meal is included which complements the school lunch menu.