We are delighted to be operating our outstanding Childcare provision at Holy Family Catholic Primary School (HF) from July 2021. Furthermore, PSP will now be delivering; Breakfast Clubs (Early Bees), After School Clubs (Creative and Sporty Bees) and School Holiday Camps.


The pandemic has had a significant impact on our future generations Physical and Mental development. Therefore, with this being our focus, we will use the power of Sport and Creative Arts to ensure all our participants are interactive in a safe and positive environment. Please see below, a brief overview on how we’re going to operate from July 2021.


Early Bees – 7:30 am – 8:30am - £5.00 (10% sibling discount)


On arrival children will be shown where to put their belongings and head towards their Yoga mat. The purpose of this club is to prepare children for the school day ahead. Beginning with a gentle morning stretch and progressing into a 20minute pulse raiser, varying from reaction time games, Dance and other cognitive games. Allowing enough time to wash hands and prepare for breakfast being served at 8am, offering cereals, fruit and toast. Also, allowing the children some time to socialise in a comfortable environment before the school day begins. For Foundation and Key Stage 1 our staff will supervise children to their classrooms and Key Stage 2 will be guided.

After School Clubs - 3:15 pm – 4:30pm

Sporty Bees- 3:15- 4:30pm - £5.00

Our extra-curricular sports clubs will continue running as usual and remain the same times and prices, offering a variety of Sports for pupils to participate in throughout the academic year.


Evening Bees - 4:30pm – 6:30pm - £4.00ph

Our qualified staff will supervise EYFS and Key stage 1 pupils to the hall where they will have a designated area for their belongings. At 3:15pm children will be assigned to a group, either creative bees or sporty bees.


Creative Bees- 3:00pm – 4:30pm - £5.00

We understand that Sport isn’t everybody’s favourite hobby, and some children choose to express themselves through alternative creative activities. Our staff will deliver different activities throughout the week. For example, art, dance, nature and games. 

Evening Bees - 4:30pm – 6:30pm - £4.00ph

  • 4:30pm – 5:00pm – various organised games ready for pupils to casually play and prepare for evening snack.


  • 5:00 – 5:30pm – Evening snack – PSP will provide snacks consisting of fruit, veg, and nibbles for pupils to graze on until teatime. Parents/carers can send extra snacks if desired.


  • 5:30pm – 6:00pm – Stretch and meditation time for participants to unwind and develop tools to enhance their well-being. 


  • 6:00 – 6:30pm – Tidy up and chill out ready for collection.






parents/carers have previously completed the registration process.

  • All PSP staff are made aware of the details of a new child.


Arrival and Departure

  • Parents/carers are required to bring their child through the side gates on the car park to the double blue doors near PSP flag.

  • Parents /carers are to sign child(ren) in and out of PSP’s register.

  • Parents must inform and keep PSP updated on any name change collecting child(ren).

  •  PSP ask for a minimum of 48hrs notice if your child(ren) is going to be absent from a session (where possible).



  • Payment is required in advance; it is due for all contracted sessions, even if your child is unable to attend their booked session, unless we have at least a 5 working day notice.

  • We will send an invoice to the email provided on the consent form, via Quickbooks.

  • The invoice will hold PSP’s payment details to complete a BACs payment. Alternatively, we accept cash or cheque.


  • If a parent is experiencing difficulty with payment of their fees, they should contact the school office staff as soon as possible. Our staff will treat all matters confidentially and arrange for discussions in private.

  • A receipt will be issued when payment of fees is made by cash or cheque.

  • If payment is not kept up to date this may result in a parent/carer losing their childcare place.

  • A late collection fee of £10 will be charged per child if you are late on more than one occasion in a school year this will be payable within 5 days of you being late and the place may be withdrawn if it is not paid.


Behaviour Policy

Regarding behaviour, PSP will adhere to a positive behaviour policy aligned to Holy Family’s and promote the four values:

  • We care about respect

  • Together we Succeed.

  • Growing our hearts and minds

  • Passionate about learning


PSP’s staff will encourage and facilitate mediation between children to try and resolve incidents through discussion. If challenging behaviour continues after consulting parents/carers and implementing a behaviour management strategy, PSP may decide to stop the child from attending future sessions.

Uncollected children

In the event of being late for collection, we ask that you please inform us and arrange for someone else to collect your child. You will be charged a late collection fee of £10.00 if you are late more than twice in a school year, this will be payable within 5 days from the date of lateness and your place may be withdrawn if it is not paid. In the instance of a child not being collected by 6:30pm, staff will contact the emergency contacts provided on the consent form.


First Aid and Safeguarding

  • All staff have completed Safeguarding courses and hold an Enhanced DBS certificate.

  • All accidents and injuries will be recorded in our accident book, accurately reported to the parents upon collection and signed by a member of PSP.

  • All incidents will be attended to by a qualified first aider.

  • Parents of any child who become unwell during Club will be contacted immediately. If a child is sent home during school hours, Club will be informed of their absence by the parent/carer.

  • In the event of a disclosure from a child, social services and school will be notified immediately. 



Missing children

In the event of a missing child, the following procedure will be undertaken:

  • PSP senior staff and school leadership team will be informed of the missing child immediately.

  • Club manager will search the inside of the building and delegate an outside search of the building to another member of staff. If the child remains missing, the emergency services will be contacted.



Finally, if you have any further questions regarding our clubs, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are very excited to get started and build an outstanding childcare provision for the children at Holy Family Catholic Primary School to enjoy.