If you experience any problems booking in for sessions, please call Becky on 07798 736615 with your requirements. We are happy to accommodate late bookings where possible. (We will still need a completed registration form.)
Our Club aims to be accessible to children and families from all sections of our local community. Admission to the club is organised by the Manager and we use a waiting list system when the need arises. The waiting list will be operated on a first come-first served basis, with the exception of siblings who will have priority for the same days as a sibling already attending. See our Admission and Fees Policy for more details.
We require a completed set of registration forms for your child before they can attend the club. This information will be treated as confidential and will be stored appropriately.
We cannot keep a place open for your child unless you register and book online.
Payment of fees
Location: Twenty3c café, 42-44 High Street, Stony Stratford
The current fees are £5 per child per morning session (7.30-8.30am with walk to Russell Street / St Mary & St Giles School (North))
After School Club:
Location: Swinfen Harris Church Hall, London Rd, Stony Stratford, MK11 1JA
The current fees are £6 per child per one hour session 3-4pm, £12 for a two hour session 3-5pm or £15 for a three hour session 3-6pm. 5-6pm Happy Hour for just £3.
Holiday Club – Summer 2019:
Monday 5th – Wednesday 14th August:
The Lodge, Quarries Campsite, Stratford Road, Milton Keynes, MK19 7BD
Thursday 15th & Friday 16th August:
Swinfen Harris Church Hall, London Road, Stony Stratford, MK11 1JA
For school aged children aged 5* upwards
*about to enter Year 1
The current fees are £20 per child per day (9am-4pm) and £25 per extended day (8am-6pm). This summer we are operating the holiday club Mon 5th – Fri 16th August 2019.
14 day cancellation policy applies.
Download the full programme here
Download Holiday Club Flyer here
2019 SUMMER HOLIDAY CLUB SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE TO BOOK
These sessions for August are now bookable on the Stony BizKids Booking system. To book, please select the relevant location, club and term/holiday. If you get stuck or confused, please just shout!
Fees are payable in advance via the online booking system which will also accept childcare vouchers:
Childcare voucher information
- Ofsted URN: EY557256
- Registration Setting: Stony BizKids After School Club, Swinfen Harris Church Hall
- Registration date: 09/04/18
- Computershare ref: 0024538614
- Edenred ref: P21131366
- Fideliti ref: STO103C
- Sodexo ref: 890008
- Care 4 ref: 71612370
- Tax-Free Childcare Account Regulator Ref: EY557256
If not paying by childcare vouchers, the preferred payment method is by bank transfer please. Drop a note to email@example.com and we will provide you with the details.
For childcare vouchers, select ‘Childcare vouchers’ and then set up your voucher payment separately. If there are any other schemes you use, please let the manager know.
The price per session per child applies to all children. This is payable for all booked sessions including when your child is sick, or on holiday.
Please ensure that fees are paid in advance.
For any queries, please call the manager, Becky Piper on 07798 736615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes to days and cancelling your place
Breakfast & After School Clubs
You must give us 2 days notice of termination, or of changes in attendance. Breakfast Club bookings must be made by 5.15pm on the day before.
You must give us 14 days notice of termination, or of changes in attendance.
Sessions can be cancelled and re-booked online. If you cancel a session prior to the notice period of outlined above, a credit is given against your account, which you can use against future bookings. However, if you cancel after the notice period outlined above, no credit is given.
If you wish to change a session you have booked your child on, please cancel the original booking (you will be given a credit where applicable) and rebook the new session.
Please remember that we need to know if your child will not be attending the Club for any reason. Even if you have informed your child’s school, you still need to notify us as the school does not automatically pass this information on to us. If your child doesn’t attend a booked session, we will have to treat them as a ‘missing child’ unless you have notified us of their absence.
If you know in advance of any days when your child will not be attending during the following week, please try to let the Manager know by THURSDAY at the latest. In cases of illness or emergency when notice cannot be given, please call as soon as you can.
Arrivals and departures
A register is taken when children arrive in our care, and you must sign out your child each day when you collect them.
We expect that your child will normally be collected by the people you have named on the registration form. If you need a different person to collect your child on a particular day, you must notify us in advance. We will not release your child into the care of a person unknown to us without your authorisation.
Staff escort children from the Club to St Mary and St Giles C of E Junior School and Russell Street Primary School at the beginning of the School day.
After School Club
Staff collect children from St Mary and St Giles C of E Junior School and Russell Street Primary School at the end of the School day and escort them to the Club.
See our Arrivals and Departures Policy for more details.
The club finishes at 6pm if you are delayed for any reason please telephone the Club to let us know. A late payment fee of £4 per 15 minutes will be charged if you collect your child after the Club has closed. You may also be asked to make a contribution towards any extra staff wages and transport costs incurred.
If your child remains uncollected after 6.30pm [ie 30 minutes after your club closes] and you have not warned us that you will be delayed, and we have been unable to reach you or any of your emergency contacts, we will follow our Uncollected Children Policy and contact the Social Care team.
We are committed to building a ‘culture of safety’ in which the children in our care are protected from abuse and harm. Any suspicion of abuse is promptly and appropriately responded to. We comply with local and national child protection procedures and ensure that all staff are appropriately trained. For more details see our Safeguarding Policy.
Our Club provides a safe and caring environment, free from discrimination, for everyone in our community including children with additional needs.
- We respect the different racial origins, religions, cultures and languages in a multi-ethnic society so that each child is valued as an individual without racial or gender stereotyping.
- We will challenge inappropriate attitudes and practices
- We will not tolerate any form of racial harassment.
We make every effort to accommodate and welcome any child with special needs. We will work in liaison with parents or carers and relevant professionals to fully understand your child’s specific requirements. We will endeavour to accommodate all children of all abilities, whilst working within the Club’s limitations. Each case will be considered individually and risk-assessed to ensure everyone’s safety.
Our staff training programme includes specific elements relating to children with special needs.
For more details on equal opportunities and special needs, see our Equalities Policy.