About Bisley Base Ltd.

Lynda, who has one daughter was a registered childminder for more than 7 years and lives locally in Bisley. She has been involved in local community events in the past, Chairing both the Millennium Committee and the Jubilee Celebrations.   Bisley Base ltd., originally known as The BASE has been open since 2003 and has gone from strength to strength now having over 80 children registered for either after school care or holiday care.

Lynda has a hands on role and supervises the daily running of things. Lynda is qualified to NVQ Level 4 in Child development with the emphasis on Playwork.

Aim of the BASE

Our aim is to provide a safe, fun and stimulating environment for our children to thrive in. The BASE is a place where children will want to go to after a busy day at school! They can relax or take part in any of the daily activities which are available:-

  • Role play equipment
  • Daily craft project
  • Internet access (fully controlled)
  • Quiet area for reading, playing quiet games
  • Wii console
  • Outside games (weather permitting)
  • Trampoline
  • Trim trail
  • Cable TV and DVD
  • Go Carts and scooters
to ensure there is something interesting for children of all ages each day but we are always open to suggestions.

Our Location & Route to Bisley School

Our club is not on school grounds, which means the children  will be walked from Bisley School, in line with the Government's walk to school and school bus initiatives.

The route will be via the pelican crossing, which is a journey time of approximately 10 minutes. All children will wear reflective safety bands during the walk, and will be supervised from door to door with registers taken.

Collection from Holy Trinity will be by minibus, we have booster seats for those needing them. Reception children are brought from their classroom to us at our meeting point. Older children make their way to us as they leave the classroom. A register is taken to ensure we have accounted for all children booked in.


Breakfast Clubs;

Bisley: Breakfast club runs from 7.30 and is held on school grounds making it easier to drop your children. They can have breakfast and play until its time to go to class. If your  child requires breakfast they must be in by 8.15am. 


Holy Trinity: Will start on the 3rd September 2014 on school grounds offering a 7.30 drop of, the children will be offered breakfast and time to play then be able to walk to their class when school starts. If your child requires breakfast they must be in by 8.15am

Refreshments

At the after school club, we will supply a light snack, although for many this is sufficient.  On arrival back from school children will be offered a piece of fruit or a biscuit and a drink. Later, at about 4.30pm, a further snack will be offered. A menu is displayed each week to inform parents of the choices we have. A hot option is always avaiable.

During school holidays, the children will need to bring a packed lunch. Some light refreshments will be available for those staying on the extended all day.