(01744) 678150

ashurst@sthelens.org.uk

Excellence Everyday

Oscar Club

Oscar Club joining in with the celebrations of the 150 year anniversary of the St.Helens Charter.

About the club...

Oscar Club Manager - Mrs Kelly Spark-Scully

Learning Assistants Play Workers - Dave Walker, Debbie Mercer, Wendy Duffy and Joan Williams

Children attending benefit personally and socially and really enjoy the opportunity to mix with others in a relaxing, calm environment.”   

Ofsted 2007

The before and after school club, managed by the governing body offers excellent provision.” 

Ofsted 2009

Out of School Care And Recreation provision at Ashurst Primary School is provided by this club and it allows families the opportunity to have their children’s education and out of school care provided by the same place. As a school we believe that we have a role to play in the care of our pupils outside the normal school day and Oscar Club demonstrates our commitment to ‘The Family of Ashurst’

What The Club Offers

Oscar Club offers affordable, high quality care in the safe environment of your child’s own school.

We can offer you: -

  • Care from 7.45am until 9am and from 3.15 until 5.45 every school day
  • A safe, supportive caring environment for your child
  • Highly professional, qualified staff
  • Resources and equipment to stimulate and interest your child
  • Convenience for you and your family
  • Breakfast (if required), snacks and drinks
  • Flexibility to suit your own situation
  • An Ofsted registered provision
  • An affordable solution to your child care needs

 

Booking Arrangements

Places for Oscar Club must be booked in advance contact Kelly Spark-Scully contact details are :

email  oscarclub@sthelens.org.uk

Oscar Phone 01744 678200

Mobile 07934849022

Ashurst office Phone 01744 678150

 

World Book Day

Oscar club joined in with the schools celebration of world book day.

We created a wonderful 3D book of a classic

PETER PAN.

I am sure you will agree Oscar Club has brought PETER PAN back to life, the children and staff really enjoyed taking part in this wonderful celebration.

Chinese New Year

Lucky Things for People Born in a Year of the Pig 

Chinese New Year or 'Spring Festival' is China's most important festival and holiday time. Chinese New Year 2019 falls on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, beginning a year of the Pig.

The Information for the Chinese Zodiac Pig
2019 is a Year of the Pig according to the Chinese zodiac, and it's an Earth Pig year. Years of the Pig include 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, and 2031. In Chinese astrology, each year belongs to a Chinese zodiac animal according to the 12-year cycle.

Oscar Club exploring the importance of positive Mental Health.