Willowdene Nursery School

Out of School Care

We recognise the need for quality care for children during the 'out of school' hours

Willowdene Club

We invite children from Reception school age to under 12 years to access our happy, attractive and child-friendly centres at Christ Church (opposite the Nursery School).

Breakfast Club - £7.00 per session. Optional Breakfast at £1.50 per session
From 7.30 – school drop off.

Our club opens at 7.30 each morning. We can provide your child with quality supervision prior to the start of the school day, with the option of a healthy breakfast.

At 8.20 we provide escort to Four Lanes schools.

After School Club - £16.00 per session. Optional Tea at £2.50 per session.
Our unique, specialised After School Club is open from school pick up – 6.00 p.m.

It offers children the opportunity to learn a new skill or technique in a relaxed and enjoyable way. These include dance, music, singing, cookery and crafts. NB: None of these activities are compulsory and we respect children's feelings and wishes at all times.

This is followed by a period of free choice activities and a high tea.

Collection is available from Four Lanes School.

To get more information, please contact us. To register your child please call us, or, to enquire about available spaces please complete our online form here


Willowdene Club Holiday Club - for Reception aged children plus (Held at Christ Church ONLY)

From 8.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. 

£36.00 full day 8.00am to 6.00pm including all meals
£19.00 half day 8.00am to 1.00pm or 1.00pm to 6.00pm including all meals. 

The children have access to a broad range of activities and resources . We offer organised activities, including games, craft and cookery, together with free use of areas for reading, music, writing, construction, role play, computing and out-door activities.

To register your child or to make a booking please contact us


Please contact us to make a booking for our Willowdene Club.


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