Welcome to Out of School Club

About OOSC

We are dedicated to providing a quality service to parents/carer and children alike.  It is our aim that the Out of School Club (OOSC) is not only a reliable and convenient childcare service for parents/carers, but also an enjoying and fulfilling out of school experience for the children.  

It is our intention that children and their individual needs are at the core of what we do. We believe that all children have the right to access quality play opportunities. We seek to create a ‘home from home’ experience in which the children are encouraged to develop socially, physically, intellectually, creatively, emotionally and spiritually through a variety planned activities and play opportunities.  

All children from Nursery to Year 6 are welcome to attend.

Please note: due to Covid 19 some aspects of our club's organisation may be different to usual.

Events / News

Out of School Club – Summer Term Planning 22nd July 2019- 30th August 2019

Please click on the link below to view a copy of the Out of School Club Summer Term Planning from Monday 22nd July to 30th August 2019:Out of School Club – Summer Term Planning – Mon 22nd July – Friday 30th AugustIf you are interested in a place for your child, you will need to…

Registration

If your child is not a pupil at King Edward Primary School, your child can only attend the club once they have been registered. Registration forms contain details of your child, emergency contact/safe collection information and various parental consent forms.  Please contact OOSC staff for a registration form.

Our OOSC is incredibly popular and has limited spaces available linked to space and staffing ratios.  We operate on a ‘first come first served basis’. The ultimate decision regarding allocation of spaces rests with the Headteacher.

 

Contact Details

Address:

King Edward Out of School Club

Blanchland Terrace

North Shields

Tyne & Wear

NE30 2BD

Telephone: 0191 2708889 (includes answering service)

Email: oosc@kingedward.org

Ofsted Reg URN108573