Little Explorers Playgroup
- Alison Bates
- 07908 325380
Little Explorers has a dedicated and passionate group of staff who are
qualified in accordance to Ofsted requirements and every member of staff
has an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Treating each child
as an individual, the staff promote independence by supporting play and
learning in a safe but exciting environment in order to allow each child to
explore their abilities and achieve their individual potential.
Little Explorers Stoke Golding is based in the Lower Ground Floor of Baxter
Hall, situated next to St Margaret’s Primary School. This provides for
excellent and easy transition into school and makes life easier for parents
with older children. The Baxter Hall has a fully enclosed garden area and is
ideally situated so that the school playing field and playground can easily be
Little Explorers offers government funded places under 15-hour, 30-hour and
2yr old eligible entitlement as well as offering Breakfast Club and Tea Club
for attendees. Applications are available by emailing Alison at
firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 07908 325380.
Smiles Breakfast and After School Club
- Simon & Kelly
Smiles breakfast club typically runs from 07:30am until the start of school in the Baxter Hall. Children have access to a buffet style breakfast consisting of a selection of healthy cereals, fruit, toast with a choice of spreads, yogurt and a choice of juice (the odd treat may slip in occasionally). Children are encouraged to develop their Independence by making their own choices and serving themselves with adult supervision and support.
The breakfast session is a very social one and staff enjoy joining the children for their own breakfast. When children have finished eating and playing, the session is finished off with a team game to get everyone feeling vibrant and alert ready to start the school day.
After school club starts just as soon as the school bell rings. Children meet Smiles staff (reception and infant children are collected from their classrooms) for registration and then help themselves to a healthy, substantial snack, and discuss how their day has been and what activities they would like out for that session.
The children have the opportunity to take part in a variety of fun activities that will encourage physical, creative and imaginative play. Children can let off steam with a team game or chill out in the chill zone after a busy day at school.