We’ve been providing high quality physical education and sport coaching to countless children in nurseries, primary schools, senior schools and Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools for over two decades. It’s always been crucial, therefore, that we work with children – and teaching staff – to Ofsted standards.
In fact, all the PE curriculum delivery work we undertake in partnership with schools, coaching children at various Key Stages from 1 right through to 4, is closely aligned to Ofsted standards.
The same demanding Ofsted approved criteria apply to all the Activeforall Breakfast Clubs and Lunch Clubs, After School Clubs and After School Care Clubs, holiday Clubs and classes we deliver in everything from PPA delivery to, observations and PE support.
This is one of the many reasons we are trusted to help schools in a wide range of other ways, too. Right from supporting the personal development of teachers in PE to assisting with lesson planning, pupil assessments and inset day cover.
All our holiday childcare – via various courses and holiday camps – are Ofsted registered and all of our staff hold relevant qualifications.
You can relax, safe in the knowledge that your children are being cared for by an Ofsted registered childcare provider and appropriately qualified staff.
Don’t forget that you can pay for out of school clubs (like breakfast and afterschool clubs), as well as active holidays, using childcare vouchers. Also note that these can be used to pay for the care of children up to the age of 15, or 16 if they are registered disabled. You can also use them to pay for the care of more than one child, as long as you have parental responsibility.
We accept a wide range of child care vouchers in which you can use to pay for your child to attend both our breakfast and after school clubs as well as our holiday clubs. Below is a list of the childcare vouchers we currently accept including the checkout code you need when booking the club of you choice and our provider account code
If your voucher provider asks for a postcode please use Head Office’s which is SO30 2XF payment available through tax free childcare https://www.gov.uk/get-tax-free-childcare
They can also use the calculator to reclaim a % of childcare costs, your universal credit payment can include an amount to help with the costs of looking after your child or children.
Children up to the age of 16
You can now apply for Universal Credit regardless of how many children you have. If your claim is successful, your Universal Credit payment may include an extra amount of money for dependent children who normally live with you.
Who counts as a dependent child is the same for Universal Credit as it is for other benefits and tax credits. In general, if you are able to claim Child Benefit for a child then they should be included in your Universal Credit claim.
If you are making a new Universal Credit claim you will be entitled to an extra child amount for any child born before 6 April 2017. However, you will not be entitled to an extra child amount for a third or following child born on or after 6 April 2017.
You only get an extra amount for more than 2 children if: you were already claiming for more than 2 children before 6 April 2017 you’re renewing a claim for more than 2 children that stopped within the last 6 months.