This year the number of children in our care was on average per day 95 after school (including 18 children from Notre Dame) and 21 during the breakfast club, writes Charlotte Bryant.
The Afty was in the news today when STV visited us to interview Irene Audain, chief executive of the Scottish Out of School Care Network (SOSCN). “Good quality services like this just don’t come cheap,” said Irene, commenting on a report by the Daycare Trust which claimed that the cost of nurseries and out-of-school childcare … Read more
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This year was again a very busy year for Hyndland After School Club, writes Gordon McCrae. All interior building work was completed with a new office located upstairs and new cloakroom space created allowing more floor space to be made available for activities. The Board will continue to plan and develop new ideas for the building and will maintain an overview of all situations regarding the building ensuring that we are aware of any proposed changes that would affect the service.
This year we were able to take full advantage of our new mezzanine level and children’s cloakroom, writes Fiona Ansdell. As I’m sure you have noticed, the extra space created, and the area for the bags and coats, has made a big difference to us.
This year the number of children in our care was on average per day 93 after school (including 18 children from Notre Dame) and 22 during the breakfast club, writes Charlotte Bryant. During the holidays/in-service days the average was 36.