Explore Rossett Acre Funclub

Our Aims

  • To provide a fun, caring, happy, stimulating and safe environment for children and staff, before and after school and during school holidays.
  • To offer a wide and interesting range of different activities which will allow children to use their energies constructively, to learn and to relax when needed.
  • To provide parents with a stress-free, reliable, open and honest service, with as much flexibility as possible.
  • To work with the school towards mutual goals and co-operate with any special arrangements wherever possible.

Who Are We and What Do We Do?

The Funclub is run by a fully qualified manager, Nicola Pearson, together with a team of enthusiastic and caring staff, at least half of whom hold child care qualifications. All staff are cleared by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to work with children.

Before school we offer both indoor and outdoor activities, keeping the children entertained but not over-excited, with games, reading, and creative work.

After school activities are planned to encourage as much outdoor time as possible, with football, rounders, parachute games, obstacle races and other physical activities. Indoors, we offer a very varied programme of activities, such as baking, arts and crafts, puppet shows, dressing up and role play, construction, model making, and reading. We provide a quiet area for homework, and ensure that children have the time and support to complete their homework assignments.

We always welcome other suggestions for activities from children and their families, and involve the children in the planning of activities.

Holidays are planned in advance to offer fun care, with at least two or three outings each week. We offer activities at the school such as puppets, cycling, skating, textile crafts, and many other lively activities. Outings on offer are varied and fun, using public transport, coaches and often by foot. Examples of outings would be Harlow Carr, Valley Gardens, the cinema, ten-pin bowling, Knaresborough and the museums of Leeds and York. We also travel further afield during the summer months to the scarecrow festival at Kettlewell and to various other locations by coach.

Provisions (Food & Drink)

For the breakfast club we provide a drink, fruit, toast and cereals each morning, not to replace breakfast, but as a little extra for children who arrive early.

For the after school, we provide a light tea from 3.30pm to 4.00pm, this may be toast, scones, beans on toast, soup, sandwiches or cheese and biscuits, again this is not to replace an evening meal but to provide an afternoon drink and snack for hungry children.

During school holidays, we provide the above and we ask you to please provide a packed lunch. Children are offered drinks and healthy snacks during the day.

Fees (From April 2018)

Before school session
(7.30am – 9.00am) £7.30

After school session
(3.30pm – 5.30pm) £9.40
(3.30pm – 6.30pm) £10.40

Holiday part day
(9.00am – 3.00pm) £26.00

Holiday full day
(7.30am – 6.00pm) £32.00

Late payment fee
£5 per week

A 10% discount is available where two or more siblings attend the same session.

Please note that fees are payable for booked sessions, regardless of whether or not your child attends, and are also payable if you take your child out of school during term time.
Fees will be invoiced at the beginning of each month, and are payable in advance of attendance.

Failure to pay on time means that a late payment fee of £5 per child per week overdue will be charged, and your child’s place may be withdrawn. Late collection fees apply if you fail to collect your child within the booked time: £2.50 if late for 5:30pm or £5.00 per 15mins after 6:30pm term time or 6:00pm during holidays.

Did you know that you can pay using most childcare vouchers, saving a significant amount of Tax and National Insurance? Please ask your employers if this could be an option for you.
If you would like to pay us directly into our account then please contact us and we will supply you with our bank details.

If you do make any direct payments please supply your child’s name as a reference.

How to Enrol

Prior to joining Funclub we request that you complete an enrolment form (see downloads below). Bookings for fixed sessions need to be made in advance, with four weeks written notice or fees in lieu for any changes or cancellations. This ensures we always have the correct staffing ratios for the number of children attending. Additional sessions may be booked at short notice, subject to availability.

Bookings for children attending Rossett Acre School will be given priority, but provision for children attending other schools may be provided if any spaces remain, in particular during holidays. Any remaining places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Dropping-off and Collecting Your Child

If any person other than the usual carer is collecting your child we must be informed beforehand. The person collecting must be known to the child and will be asked to provide identification or a password. We must also be informed if your child is booked into a session, but will not be attending. This is for the security of your child, to ensure they are picked up from school and accounted for at the end of the school day.

Please note that our insurance does not cover your child before 7.30am or after 6.30pm. Children must not be dropped off before this time, or collected later than 6.30pm.

Information and Downloads


The Fun Club is registered with OFSTED on the Early Years Register, reference EY358099, and operates following the EYFS. We are members of the 4children Network.


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Rossett Acre enrolment form 2018 19

Rossett Acre Information Leaflet 2018




Holiday information leaflet 2018

holiday enrolment form 2018




Read what OFSTED had to say about us in our most recent inspection – Read Inspection Report

Rossett Acre Funclub Manager

  • Nikki-Pearson-Rossett
    Nikki Pearson

Rossett Acre Funclub Opening Times

Before School
7.30am to 9.00am

After School
3.30pm to 6.30pm

7.30am to 6.00pm (Runs at St Peters School, Belford Road)

The club is open every day of the year except for weekends and bank holidays. Subject to numbers the club may not operate between Christmas and New Year, but alternative provision may be offered.