Following the government’s announcement on Monday 22nd February, we are delighted to be re-opening our Breakfast and After School Clubs at St Helen’s School on Monday 8th March 2021. We cannot wait to welcome back the girls to our clubs and offering this really important service to the parents of St Helen’s. As we reopen, safety will be of the highest priority; our robust tried and tested COVID-safe procedures will be in place and we will continue working with St Helen’s to ensure we keep everyone safe.
Camp Beaumont have been offering inspirational adventures throughout the school holidays for over 40 years. We are proud to have supported so many busy working parents - including those from St Helen’s School – throughout the past 4 decades.
We opened our very first Breakfast and After School Club at St Helen’s School last September. Children have loved our brilliant activity programmes, which are delivered by our friendly team of camp superstars. All our programmes are designed to complement the school day whilst also presenting a range of outcomes to encourage the children to get active, explore the outdoors, relax and unwind, express themselves, try something new and build new and develop existing relationships with others.
At St Helen’s School we will be based in Gables for breakfast club and both Gables and Woolfson buildings for After School Clubs, these are outstanding facilities and we are looking forward to making them the permanent home of our first and flagship wraparound term time clubs.
Rise and shine, join us for breakfast!
Camp Beaumont’s Breakfast Clubs run every day throughout the school term from 7.30am each morning. The perfect way for your child to kick start their day, we offer a healthy nutritious breakfast and a range of activities to prepare them for the school day. - At 8.30am your child is dropped off at their classroom door fully prepared to learn.
Bookings accepted in advance or on the day if we have space.
£7.50 per child per day
Camp Beaumont’s inspirational After School Club run every day throughout the school term, offering exciting outcome led activities, Study Club and a healthy light tea to curb the hunger from a packed day of learning and socialising.
Our After School Club runs from the end of the school day until 6pm and we would love your child to stay the duration but if 5pm works better for you to collect then it works for us. We run our supervised Study Club between 4pm & 5pm for the older children to get on with any homework they have.
Bookings for After School Club accepted in advance or on the day if we have space.
Session 1 | £5 per child (End of School until 4pm – Nursery to Year 2)
Session 2 | £7.50 per child (4pm to 5pm – Nursery to Year 6)
Session 3 | £7.50 per child (5pm to 6pm – Nursery to Year 6)
Our free of charge Sibling Club session will only be available to parents who have a gap of 30 minutes or longer between collecting their children due to the differing finish times of the school day.
This includes any parents with a child in Nursery and a child in year 2 or above and any parents with a child in Nursery – Year 2 and another in Key Stage 2 or above.
Our Sibling Club will be able to welcome 30 children per day, and must be pre-booked on a first come, first served basis. Late bookings for any session must be called through to our Customer Service team past the cut-off time of 1pm on the day of the booking.
Sibling club availability will be released on a term by term basis (i.e. the dates for the next term will be released to book in the final week of the previous term).
Breakfast and After School Club availability will be released on an annual basis during the Summer Term of the preceding year.
Camp Beaumont’s Team are selected to ensure your children have the best possible extension to their school day with us. They are ultimate professionals, incredibly caring and great fun. We want to ensure our team are well qualified and prepared so in addition to this they will:
Camp Beaumont are Ofsted registered across all of our venues and hold full public liability insurance.
"Our 5 year old can be shy and unwilling to try new things but we were delighted with how he skipped in to camp every day."