Educare Nursery, Mill Lane, Beverley, HU17 9DH, is opening a new facility, The Out of School Club, to operate alongside their very successful children’s day nursery which caters for children from the age of 3 months to 5 years.
The Out of School Club will be open throughout the year between the hours of 7.15 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. on weekdays to benefit children aged 5 years to 10 years.
The Club operates during term times and caters for children to be dropped off before school and the staff will ensure their attendance at their own schools before their respective opening times. They can then be collected at the end of school and taken to the club. On each occasion refreshments are available for the children and suitable entertainment and past times are provided to keep the children occupied and happy at the club until collected by their parents or carers.
The Club is then open at each school holiday for full day or part day care when a more active and entertaining programme is arranged for the children to enjoy their holidays whilst in the care of qualified staff.
The Club is operated from a separate building to the children’s nursery and has its own facilities.
At 11.00 a.m. on Wedneday, 29th August, the Chairman of the East Riding of Yorkshire, Councillor Chad Chadwick and his Lady, Councillor Margaret Chadwick will attend the Out of School Club to officially open the facility. They will release 200 biodegradable balloons assisted by the owner’s daughter, 13years old Alice Rennison after which they will tour the club and nursery facilities and meet the children.
The Educare Nursery Ltd., is a family owned business which commenced in 1998 in the first purpose built premises in Beverley.
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