What is Tiger Club?
The Tiger Club is a relaxed informal childcare session from 11.45 a.m. until 3.30 p.m. Monday to Friday during the school term.
Who is it for?
It is available for Nursery children who attend morning sessions.
What will my child do?
The session begins after morning nursery when the children enjoy their packed lunch together - relaxing with their peers and the nursery staff. The children will then have a quiet time in the Tiger Club room with a story. Following this opportunity to play in our garden with a wide selection of toys and equipment. Staff encourage their play and join in the fun! This is followed by the very popular ‘Mr Bear’ story and a chance for a quieter game or activity. The ‘Tiger Cubs’ then join the nursery for our afternoon session. The children are collected at 3.30 from the Tiger Club room.
What is the cost of each session?
Each session cost is £22.00. There are 16 places available each day. Parents may choose however many sessions they would like their child to attend. Tiger Club is very popular so book quickly!!
For an application form please contact St Paul’s Church of England School or complete the form below.
TIGER CLUB CURRENTLY HAS SOME VACANCIES. Please contact the school for more information.
Thank you for attending our second Growth Mindset Open Day on 27th June.
The leaflet below was given to parents on the day and is useful for supporting children in their learning.
Those who attended the drug awareness evening at school on Thursday 22nd June found it both engaging and moving.
The speaker, Elizabeth Burton-Phillips MBE, founded the Wycombe-based charity DrugFam following the loss of her son to addiction.
The charity supports families affected by drug and alcohol addition. For more information visit http://drugfam.co.uk