A very warm welcome to Werbies!
Werbies provide a safe and secure place where children can be curious, inventive, interested and explore in a caring environment where strong relationships with peers and adults ensure they blossom.
St Werburgh's and St Columba's Out of School club has been running since September 2001, caring for the children who attend our primary school onsite. Werbies high quality, affordable and accessible childcare provision is available before and after school and during the holidays.
Hardworking, caring and enthusiastic staff set additional stimulating adult led activities designed to motivate and engage children. Activities focus around children’s varied interests; including arts and crafts, outdoor games, baking and self-awareness sessions. Children are encouraged to join in and master skills to become confident individuals who feel capable of attempting their next challenge.
If you are interested in using Out of School Club, require further information or for any please email for further information.
Ms Kathleen Taylor - Manager
Ms S Mugnaini - Deputy Manager
Ms C Attwood
Mrs D Phillips
Mrs L Del Sole
Costs for Before and After School Club:
Morning Session 7.45am - 8.50am £3.50 (includes breakfast)
Afternoon Session 3.20pm - 5.30pm £7.75 (includes healthy snack)
Afternoon Session 3.20pm - 6.00pm £9.50 (includes healthy snack)
We accept Childcare Vouchers and Tax Free Childcare payments. Payments can also be made via the ParentPay website.
Please contact us for further information
Mobile Number: 07583 432795 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Some comments from our parent survey this year.
“All staff very kind, communicative and professional.”
“The staff are amazing! Such love, patience and I’m so happy with the activities and flexibility. Allows me to work as a single mum its hard without any support, but with Werbies available I’m able to work. It’s a lifesaver for me.”
“I was initially concerned about my child attending holiday club as she did not want to and has had anxieties in the past about clubs where she doesn’t know other children. The activities were fun and the staff were fun.”