|Late Pick up
In the case of a late pick up a child (or children) from Rainbow club, school reserves the right to charge an extra fee of £5.00 for every half hour or part there of from 5.45pm. This is to cover staff overtime costs. Repeated late pick ups will jeopardise your place at the club.
Short term illness absence will still be charged however payment will be rolled over to upcoming sessions, subject to discretion of Club Manager.
School Closure Days
Your places are for the 190 term days each academic year. The five staff training days (commonly called “Inset” days) are not included in the 190 days and are therefore not charged. You will not be charged for any other school closure days, such as those due to industrial action or bad weather when the Club is forced to close.
Residential Trips and other voluntary activities
You will still be charged should you opt for your child to attend residential trips and/or partake in any other activities which are voluntary, such as music or dance clubs after school.
If you wish to relinquish your registered place(s) before the end of the academic year, you must submit written notification to the Club Manager, providing four weeks’ notice. You must immediately settle all outstanding fees.
Rainbow Club is self-financing and is run as a “not for profit” venture. Fees are used to employ the Club staff – salaries are not funded by the school – and to pay for food and activity resources. Any surplus is reinvested in the Club and may go towards school projects. It is very important that families pay promptly and do not accumulate arrears. With the exception of payment using childcare vouchers, you must pay fees in advance.
School monitors payments and accounts on a daily basis and you must remain in credit to ensure your place is retained.
Rainbow Club promotes a safe and positive environment for children. Children attending the Club are expected to behave and conduct themselves in accordance with school policies. Rainbow Club has a rainbow zone system in place, in line with Roby Park Primary School’s ‘Promoting Positive Behaviour and Relationships’ policy. Not following the school’s behaviour and safety policies may result in the removal of your child’s place from the Club.
The Club Manager must be informed of any changes to your registration details as soon as possible. It is important that your contact information is kept up to date.
The Club must be notified in advance if your child is not attending on one of their registered days. Please see Absences/Illness for more information regarding charges.
If the person collecting your child is not registered as a named person, we require written notice giving permission for that person to collect your child. We will require a password and brief description of the nominated person.
New paperwork for 2019: