Our local community enjoys an excellent reputation for friendliness and a family centred outlook, which is a theme reflected by St Saviour’s School.
St Saviour’s Stay and Play follows an exciting program of activities with access to the school facilities. It is run in conjunction with the Pastoral Department here at school which is managed by Mrs Cherry and Miss Kousar. The children will enjoy taking part in many different art and craft activities, as well as joining in with stories and music sessions. The group meets every Tuesday at 9am.
To provide Stay and Play sessions for parents and carers with little ones aged 0-4yrs during term time.
To provide a friendly place where parents and carers to meet and support one another.
A safe place for children to play, learn and have fun.
Our Stay and Play Group actively endeavours to uphold the following values;
To be welcoming and friendly
To offer equality of opportunity to all
The participation/involvement of parents and carers
To work in partnership with parent and carers
To value the children’s and parents opinions and ideas
Stay and Play adheres to the schools code of conduct and Health and Safety procedures.
Anyone who cares for a child aged 0-4years is welcome. Simply come along to the Main Entrance, where you will be guided to the hall. On arriving you will be asked to complete some simple paperwork- allowing us to keep a register of those attending each week.
To keep things running smoothly
- Children must be accompanied by an adult who is responsible for children at all times
- Please respect the school as a working environment
- We ask you to keep sick children at home
- Please be mindful of hot drinks.
- Pushchairs to be left in the main entrance
- Relax and have fun!!!
What happens? / What things are there?
We provide a relaxed and safe environment with a range of play activities including;
Construction, blocks and bricks
Role play, dolls and prams
Small world, animals, cars and dolls
Crafts, paint and pay dough
Books and Jigsaws
Trikes, wheelies, seesaws, hoppers
Music and songs