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Sunshine Club

Aims & Objectives

Opening Hours:

After School Club will be open from 3.00pm to 5.45pm, at the end of every day of opening of Normanby Primary School. Children in reception and Key Stage 1 will be collected from their classrooms in by Club staff. They will remain in the Club until a parent, or a designated person (over the age of 16), arrives to collect them. A charge of £4.00 for each quarter of an hour, or part of, will be made to a parent arriving after the closure time of 5.45pm. A snack of fruit and a drink will be provided, however children may bring a named packed lunch with them if desired. Fresh drinking water is available at all times. Morning Club will be open from 8.00am until the start of the school day, of every day of opening of Normanby Primary School. A light breakfast of toast, fruit juice and fruit will be provided at a small charge if required.


All children using the Club must be registered with the Club and all information available. Bookings may be made via the school office (tel. 01642 469529) or with the Club Leaders. Bookings should be made in advance and late bookings will be subject to availability. Fees are requested weekly, in arrears. An invoice will be sent, via ParentPay, on the Monday after the child’s attendance at the club. Failure to cancel will result in the full session charge of £7.50.


After School Club Per session: £7.50                                          2 children: £14.00 Per week: £35.00                                           2 children: £65.00 Morning Club Per session from 8.00am - £3.00 per child Per session from 8.30am - £2.00 per child Breakfast - 50p per child Charges for the weeks usage will be applied to your ParentPay account the following Monday. Please log onto and enter your username and password. If you have not activated your account, please contact the office for a copy of your activation letter. You can view and download our full Terms and Conditions and Registration Form in the section to the right.

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