Early Morning and After-School Care at Rosemead

Early Morning Care

Early morning care is available from 07.30 at both the Pre-Preparatory and the Preparatory Departments. This service is not a Breakfast Club, although the children are offered light refreshments. The children are able to enjoy various activities and games under the supervision of a member of staff, until the start of school. The service is flexible and can be used without prior notification.

The timings and charges are set out below:

Time Cost
7.30am – to the start of school £10 (£6 for siblings)
7.30am – 8am £5 (£3 for siblings) NB: This half hour session is offered as some Prep clubs start at 8.00am
8am – to the start of school £5 (£3 for siblings)

After-School Care

After-school care is provided by Kids’ City, (a London-based charity), in the Elmcourt Road building. This is for children aged 3 to 11 and runs from the close of school until 18.00 each day. The children at the Preparatory Department are collected at the end of the school day and accompanied to the Pre-Preparatory Department by a member of staff. Children have an hour of structured activities and an hour of supervised free-play which includes an opportunity to do homework and socialise before going home.

Parents need to register their child to secure a place and bookings are then made online via the Kids’ City website. The current 2017-18 fees are £18 per session.

A Superheroes service is also now available and provided by Kids’ City to assist parents in case of last-minute school collection emergencies. All you pay is £24.50 per session which is from the end of school until 6pm.

Once you sign up, all you need to do is call Kids’ City’s Superheroes hotline to arrange for your child to attend the after-school care and you can do this right up until 15.00 on the day that you need to use the service.

Kids’ City also runs a regular Holiday Play scheme at Rosemead.

Further information on all the above services is available from the manager, Katie Savory, on tel: 07850-003600 and the Kids’ City website.