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Out-of-School Clubs and Services
Out of school clubs and services|
An extended school works with the local authority and other partners to offer access to a range of services and activities which support and motivate children and young people to achieve their full potential.
Since 2010 every school is required to provide daily Extended Services from 8 am - 6pm. This is to enable parents to work whilst their children are being looked after. This facility is dependent on demand. There will be no provision if the community does not want it, but we work in partnership with local providers.
In a rural community it is not necessary for each school to provide every single aspect of extended service, schools can work in clusters and benefit from sharing resources.
Clubs running during Spring and Summer term 2013
Contact Judith ~ 016974 72000
We respond to demand, in the past we have provided a venue for
The Centenary Hall provides a venue for community groups i.e. Youth Club, Football Training (indoor) and other functions etc.
If you would like to use our Centenary Hall as a venue please call Mrs Dowes on 016974 72296
Swift and easy access (referral) to targeted and specialist services
Specific contact details are available from school
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