Nurturing and encourage children to become life-long learners
Care Love Learn is a brand new childcare service based at St Oswald’s Catholic Primary school and is registered with Ofsted (EY2533903). However, the Manager, Sue Morris is a familiar face to the families of Ashton-in-Makerfield, after working at First Steps at Cansfield for 25 years.
Care Love Learn aims to offer top quality childcare in a safe, stimulating and fun environment for all children from the age of 4-11 years.
The Breakfast, Afterschool and Holiday club are based at the school and are open 51 weeks per year from 7.30am to 6.00pm.
We welcome you
to take an active part in making decisions for the club
We want you to feel a part of Care Love Learn and welcome children, parents/carers to take an active part in making decisions for the club. Your opinion and contributions are an invaluable part of ensuring that at all times we do our best to meet your needs and the needs of your children. The children will be supported by staff to help plan future activities, make their own choices for equipment and play materials, assist with menu planning so that they can learn to become independent individuals whilst being encouraged to make good lifestyle choices.
Working closely with teachers
We will work very closely with your child’s teachers to help support their development and learning running homework clubs to ease the burden of tired children coming home after school. However, we also recognise that children need to run off steam at the end of a school day and enjoy the social aspect of what our out of school club has to offer.
Communication is very important to us, and we will want to build on children’s communication skills by listening and talking to them and encouraging them to talk about what they want because more than anything we want your children to be happy and enjoy their time at Care Love Learn.
Tax-Free Childcare (TFC) is a new Government scheme which will give eligible families up to £2,000 per child towards childcare costs, including the fees for breakfast, after-school and holiday clubs. The aim is for it to replace the employer-supported Childcare Voucher scheme.