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Blaeanvon Active Living Centre, Blaenavon - Half Term Sessions 2019 - Open Access Play

Last updated: 10/10/2019

This resource is regulated. (More about Regulated Services)

   This resource is not registered with the Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW).

  This provider has part-time vacancies for children aged between 5 years and 11 years.

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What we do

Fun and stimulating play sessions with a wide range of activities, including arts and crafts, sporting activities and group games - including arts and crafts, sporting activities and group games!
To book your child on to the activity session a parent/carer is required to attend the first session and complete the full registration process. If your child requires 1:1 support please contact t us. For more information on Play Clubs please contact the Play Team on: 01495 742951.
Monday 28th October
Tuesday 29th October
Wednesday 30th October
Thursday 31st October

  Our opening times and availability

We are available: school holiday only.

We are available during the following school holidays:

  • Autumn half term

We are unable to provide wrap around care.

Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00

  Our costs

  • £0.00 per Session - Free Platy Provision

  About our service

The language spoken in our setting is English with use of bilingual elements.

Able to support children with disabilities
Very confident.
Staff have accessed relevant ALN/disability training in the last 2 years?
Outside space
Will you use real nappies for children in your care?
Is the setting pet free?
Offers Flying Start provision?
No
Offers funded Foundation Phase Nursery places (three to four year old education) No
This service is part of the Childcare Offer Scheme
This service accepts childcare vouchers
This service is registered with the Tax Free Childcare Scheme
Able to provide emergency/short term care? No
Are you able to care for children whose main language is neither English nor Welsh?
No