Out of School Care Club
Brookside Nursery and Care Club is Ofsted registered for up to 50 children between the ages of 2 and 11 years both term time and during the holidays.
Before and after school club is open to all Brookside pupils and the children of Brookside staff, Holiday club is open to all children in the community. Nursery offer places from 2 years old, 48 weeks of the year.
We provide high quality education, play and care for the children whilst working in partnership with parents and giving peace of mind that we provide a safe, secure and relaxed environment for the children.
Activities in care club include:
Both indoor and outdoor time
Role play resources
DVD and music
Visitors, themed nights and care club council
Trips and outings
Brookside Nursery and Care Club Staff
Manager: Sue Walmsley
Deputy Manager: Lou Sells
Nursery team: Hayley Brand, Liz Hill, Olivia Grainger and Laura Briggs
Play workers: Sarah Walker, Lisa Waddington and Jenna Walker.
Holiday Club staff: Victoria Waddington, Ella Spencer, Emily Taylor and Hollie Thornber.
All Main Staff are at least level 2 or 3 qualified along with up to date paediatric first aid/emergency first aid, safeguarding and child protection training and food hygiene.
Brookside Out Of School Care Club
Bright Street, Clitheroe
Lancashire BB7 1NW
Fees and Admissions
Opening hours Care Club:
Morning: 7.30am to 8.45am £3.00; 7.45am to 8.45am £2.50
(Breakfast available at a small extra cost starting from 10p)
Afternoon: 3.30pm to 6.00pm £6.00 – snack included.
Holiday club 7.45am – 6.00pm
Fees are £19.50 full day or £2 an hour, hours bookable to suit.
Discounts of £5 for full week booked at holiday club.
Packed lunch is required however all other snacks and drinks are
provided including breakfast.
Nursery, hours available between 7:30am and 6:00pm. Please enquire for fee structure.
Please find below the main policies and a list of all our policies. A copy of any of these will be made available on request.
Brookside Nursery strives to ensure that all the children in our care have their needs are met,whether they be cultural, religious, development, dietary or medical.
Please see the Special Educational Needs page of the website for links to Lancashire County Councils Local Offer and also Schools Local Offer.
To comply with GDPR, we will only use your (including your child’s) personal information to provide a childcare service to you. We’d like to keep sending you information about your child/ our setting by email, text, phone, newsletter, but we need to be sure we have your permission to do so. We keep your information so you can receive important updates. We keep your information secure and will never share it except if required to do so by law.