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Breakfast Club

After School Club

After School Club

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Monday – Friday  (7am-9am)

The fee includes transport to school and breakfast. School must be within London Borough of Barking & Dagenham. 


The breakfast club gives children the best start to their school day. We ensure each child arrives at school, settled, safe and presentable, ready to start their school day. 


  • A hearty, healthy breakfast - Hot drinks, fresh juices, water, sandwiches, hearty oats porridge or warm breakfast with protein and several fruit options. Vegan and vegetarian options are available. 
  • Acknowledgement and rewards for good behaviour and helpfulness.
  • The Vine Kidz has an excellent working relationship with the schools in the local area. 

After School Club

After School Club

After School Club

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Monday – Friday  (3pm-6pm term time)

The fee includes transport from school and dinner. School must be within London Borough of Barking & Dagenham. 


Our after school club offers children a safe, relaxed environment to unwind from their busy school days and prepare for their evening at home. 


We aim to ensure your child arrives home, settled, safe and ready to settle in at home. They are fed a nourishing snack.


  •  A hearty, healthy snack - hot drinks, fresh juices, water, sandwiches, warm meals and several fruit options. Vegan and vegetarian options are available. 
  • Educational, therapeutic and recreational activities, as well as indoor activities, using our resources and equipment. 
  • Acknowledgement and rewards for good behaviour and helpfulness.
  • The Vine Kidz has a good working relationship with the schools in the local area.

Weekend Club

After School Club

Weekend Club

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Saturday and Sunday (10am-6pm) 

Mid morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack provided.


The holiday club offers children a safe, fun and stimulating environment over the school holidays. Our club gives them a break from their day to day home life or environment, a chance to interact and engage with others, make friends, get involved with exciting, fun and educational excursions and in-house activities. 


A hearty, healthy mid morning snack and lunch dinner is served –we taste and learn about traditional foods from a range of cultures. Cold drinks and hot drinks, fresh juices, water, and several fruit options available. Vegan and vegetarian options are available. 


  • Onsite activities - educational and recreational
  • Offsite excursions – seaside and picnics, science museum, theatre shows, child friendly exhibitions, animal farms and shelters, football tours and stadium visits. 
  • Develops independence and interpersonal skills 
  • We acknowledge equality and diversity days around the world
  • We acknowledge and reward good behaviour and helpfulness.

Holiday Club

Holiday Club

Weekend Club

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Monday – Friday (10am-5pm) 

Mid morning snack, lunch and dinner provided.


Our holiday club offers children an exciting, safe break away from school and their home environments. Holiday club offers a vibrant, interactive and engaging platform, to develop personally, socially, emotionally and physically; to make friends and take part in exciting excursions and activities. 


  • A hearty, healthy breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options – we taste and learn about traditional foods from a range of cultures. Cold drinks and hot drinks, fresh juices, water, and several fruit options available. Vegan and vegetarian options are available. 
  • Onsite activities - educational, and recreational
  • Offsite excursions – seaside and picnics, science museum, theatre shows, child friendly exhibitions, animal farms and shelters, football tours and stadium visits. 
  • Develop independence and interpersonal skills 
  • We acknowledge equality and diversity days around the world.
  • We acknowledgement and reward good behaviour and helpfulness.

Activities

Holiday Club

Activities

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Areas of learning 


  • Personal, social and emotional development 
  • Physical and outdoor activities
  • Communication and language 
  • Understanding the world, equality and diversity awareness sessions – pancake day, red nose day etc
  • Expressive arts and crafting activities
  • Educational cultural activities: local festivities, museums and arts centres – key work sessions
  • Independence skills: community led – projects, planning a peers birthday party, organising transport routes to excursions, budgeting, key working sessions 

Safeguarding

A safe and secure environment gives a child the best chance to develop and maximise their chances of having a happy, healthy and successful life.


At the Alliance, we strongly support policy and procedures that protect the health and happiness of children and invest in their futures.If you work in the early years sector, it is important you comply to safeguarding measures to ensure the wellbeing of all the children at your setting.

What is child protection and safeguarding?


Child protection is the process of protecting a child identified as suffering from, or potentially suffering from, significant harm as a result of abuse or neglect.


The term safeguarding is used more broadly and according to the latest government guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018), it means:


  • Protecting children from maltreatment
  • Preventing impairment of children’s health or development
  • Ensuring the children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care 
  • Taking action to enable all children to have the best outcomes.

Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.

VINE KIDZ

IG11 7BT, Barking, Greater London, England, United Kingdom

Email: info@vinekidz.com Telephone: 020 8591 7930

Hours

Open today

09:00 am – 05:00 pm

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