Holiday Care is offered to all children of primary school age, whether they attend Ashbridge School or other local schools.

Set in The Clockhouse, our dedicated school care building, children attending Holiday Care can relax in a home-from-home environment.

Open from 7:00 – 18:00 during all Ashbridge School holidays, excluding Bank Holidays, Holiday Care is convenient and affordable childcare for working families. All meals are provided; fruit for a morning snack, a nutritious hot cooked lunch and sandwiches and fruit in the afternoon.

The Clockhouse is well resourced with a variety of activities to suit all primary school ages; from construction toys to craft materials and baking ovens to building blocks. There is lots of comfy seating for children to relax and children are welcome to bring bikes or scooters to use in our extensive grounds.

Our Holiday Care coordinator plans activities based around different themes to ensure the children have varying and wide range of experiences whilst attending Holiday Care.  We make good use of our large all-weather sports pitch, kitchen garden and woodland areas for games, gardening and Forest School activities.

What’s Happening?

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RT @AoRpreschool: Kingfishers have chosen their own natural paint brushes this morning. We have been exploring how we can change colours. "…
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RT @AoRpreschool: Patience, resilience, thinking critically and determination are all skills needed to create a balancing tower! Teamwork a…
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RT @AoRpreschool: Kingfishers then helped to create an investigation station using the plants from the garden. We created labels for the di…
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RT @AoRpreschool: This morning Kingfishers have been gardening and discovered some daffodils and a bulb. We re-potted a daffodil and placed…
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RT @stephb1986: Massive thanks to everyone who came to Lilly’s party and for all her lovely gifts. She’s had a great afternoon with all her…
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