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Rushey Green Club


Location: Rushey Green School, Culverley Road, London, SE6 2LA
Services: Breakfast and After School Club
Ofsted Number: Awaiting Registration
Club contact number: Coming soon. For enquiries, please contact Jo on 07732 305 454

Superkids is an Ofsted registered Out of School Club for children aged between 4 to 11 years old. The Club provides Breakfast and After School club for children attending Rushey Green school.

During term time, our daily program offers a variety of activities aimed at a wide range of interests from sports, educational games, home corner and role play, dress up, construction, imaginary play, book corner, homework and quiet area, table tennis, music and dancing and arts and crafts. In addition to this, children will daily supervised access to outdoor activities which will include football, basketball, tennis and team games.

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Breakfast Club Information
Opening time: 7.45am-9am
Price per session: £5.50 per morning. Ad-hoc or one off sessions will be charged at £6.50

We provide a range of healthy foods to kick-start your child's morning. We offer wholegrain and multigrain cereals, toast, bagels and english muffins with a choice of spreads: honey, cheese, marmite and butter, fruit and yogurt. Fresh water is always available.

We set up the hall with a variety of games and activities to enjoy before supervising children to class at the beginning of the school day.

We ask parents to arrive before 8.20am to enable sufficient time for children to eat breakfast and get ready for school.

Service not offered at this club

After School Club Information
Opening time: 3.15pm-6pm
Price per session: £12.00 per child, per afternoon. Ad-hoc or one off sessions will be charged at £13

Superkids oversee collection of children from their class to the school hall. Throughout the afternoon session children can participate in a range of freely-chosen fun activities aimed at stimulating and developing your child. Staff and children work together to produce a weekly timetable of activities and children may request additional equipment during the session to enhance their play experience.

We regularly schedule special events, festivals and themed activities which encourage the children's creativity and imagination which ties in to the school curriculum and enables children to participate in celebrations from other cultures.

Snack: We provide a healthy hot or cold snack everyday. This is included in the price. Our snacks range from wraps, savoury sandwiches, toasties, crackers and much more. Vegetables, fruit and fresh water is available daily. Our weekly menu will be on our parent board for you to view. The menu is adapted for any dietary requirements.

Booking Information

Registration Form Prospectus Terms and Conditions

To book a place for your child, please complete our registration form and e-mail the form back to us. Places are booked in on a first come, first served basis. Once we receive your forms, we will confirm availability and ask for a 2 weeks deposit, which is returned to you when your child leaves Superkids, subject to notice periods and account status.

Parents receive an itemised invoice in advance of each month and payment is due by the 1st of each month. Payment is due in advance and not arrears of the service.

Contact us here or call us on 07732 305454 where our team will be happy to discuss your requirements. Alternatively, download and complete the registration form.

Please return your completed registration form to:
E-mail back to:
Hand into: The school office (please mark for Superkids)
Post to: Superkids Club, 20 Nyon Grove, Catford, London, SE6 4EU.

Superkids are delighted to offer places to children from aged 4 in Reception class. We offer a range of resources and activities specifically aimed to develop learning and independence in children in Early Years.
Children will have an appointed Key Person who oversees their development and will communicate their progress to the child's parent or guardian.