Holiday Care

Many working parents worry about how to cover the school holiday periods. At Yateley Manor we aim to support parents during school holidays by offering Holiday Clubs for children from Reception to Year 8.  The weeks are very well attended and include a variety of activities.

Our Nursery is open 48 weeks of the year and parents are able book their Nursery child into the Extended Nursery Provision during the school holidays.   

Standard hours are from 8.30am until 5.30pm.  

Holiday Club - February Half Term Holiday Club 2023

The Holiday Club for children in Reception to Year 8  will be open during the February Half Term holiday as follows:

13th - 17th February 2023 (5 days)

Nursery Extended Provision - February Half Term Holiday 2023

The Nursery Extended Provision will be open during the Christmas holidays as follows:

13th - 17th February 2023 (5 days)

Holiday Clubs Summer 2021

The February Half Term Holiday Club and Extended Nursery provision will run from Monday 13th February 2023 to Friday 17th February 2023 and bookings will open on the 25th January 2023 at 10.00am. Bookings may be made for any combination of days and the Holiday Club from Reception to Year 8 is open to friends and family of Yateley Manor School. The Extended Nursery Provision is for current Yateley Manor children only. There will be a limit of 4 places per day for Nursery 2 year olds.
 
Yateley Manor Holiday Club for Reception to Year 8 is open to friends and family of Yateley Manor School.

Activities will include playball.  Swimming will be available subject to lifeguard availability.

All clubs will start at 8.30am and finish at 5.30pm, pupils should arrive no later than 9.30am. Pick up is from 4pm onwards and Nursery children may be collected at any time. The very latest time for pick up is 5.30pm, after which staffing levels cannot be guaranteed.

We continue to follow the Government’s COVID-19 guidance and will adapt our internal processes as appropriate. In order to maintain our high standards of care and health and safety measures we ask that bookings are to be made by 5.00pm on the Thursday before the following week’s club starts

 No entry will be permitted without a prior booking.

 

 All children attending will need to bring their own packed lunch, snacks and water bottle each day. 

Please Note:  All food will need to be nut free (please check labels). We endeavour to ensure no nuts or nut products are used on our site. We may have children attending who have severe nut allergies and could be such that the slightest contact with nuts could be life threatening. We therefore respectfully ask that NO NUTS are knowingly brought onto the premises. This includes peanut butter, Nutella spread, Pesto, some cereal bars, some granola bars, biscuits/cakes that contain nuts and sauces that contain nuts. Please could parents ensure that packed lunches do not contain any food that has been made in a factory where products containing nuts are made.

 

Click here to book both holiday club and extended Nursery provision

Acestars

Tennis coaching during our holiday club is by Acestars who, for more than ten years, have been providing high quality, professional tennis coaching (individual & group) to communities in Berkshire, Hampshire & Surrey.  Their qualified team of coaches is led by Wojtek Specylak, an RPT National Master Professional.

Acestars  and their coaches have:

  • Over 30 years of combined experience
  • The highest international qualifications from the top tennis organisations 
  • Experience at top global tennis academies 
  • Masters in Individual Sports Psychology & PhD in Fitness
  • Established tennis programmes in the UK & internationally

www.acestars.co.uk

Playball

Playball’s objective is to share a passion for being active and ensure children enjoy physical activity.  Their Early Years Sports Development programme is used in over 3000 schools around the world, with tried and tested methods.  It is tailor-made to cater for children of every ability.  

Playball will help children to:

  • Gain confidence and independence.
  • Improve their stability and balance, helping their motor development.
  • Learn the importance of forming good relationships and working as part of a team.
  • Understand the importance of an active lifestyle.
  • Develop resilience, and a positive attitude to both winning and losing. 

www.playballkids.com